Seeing N. A. Bulganin, N. S. Khrushchev and accompanying them I. V. Kurchatov, A. N. Tupolev to England at the Belorussky railway station and in the port of Baltiysk (Kaliningrad region). The cruiser Ordzhonikidze with members of the Soviet delegation on board leaves the port at sea. The commander of the cruiser G.F. Stepanov. The crew members of the cruiser congratulate Nikita Khrushchev on his birthday and present a memorable gift. Cruiser "Ordzhonikidze" at sea, en route; enters the port of Portsmouth. Among the greeters at the pier: A. A. Gromyko, N. A. Mikhailov, P. N. Kumykin and others. Meeting NA Bulganin, NS Khrushchev, IV Kurchatov, AN Tupolev at the Victoria station in London. Speakers at the time of the meeting Prime Minister of England A. Eden and Chairman of the Council of Ministers of the USSR NA Bulganin. Laying a wreath at the Cenotaph obelisk - a monument to British soldiers who died in the 1st and 2nd world wars. Official receptions of N. A. Bulganin and N. S. Khrushchev: A. Eden; at Mentenhouse; at the London County Council, at the Birmingham City Council, at the Clairnage Hotel. Visit to the research center for the study of atomic energy - Harwell; Oxford University, Edinburgh Castle of the Scottish Kings of the Stuart dynasty, the Royal Air Force base in Marem. The signing of the Soviet-British communique. The communiqué is signed by: A. Eden, N. A. Bulganin; present at the signing: S. Lloyd, A. A. Gromyko, I. V. Kurchatov, A. N. Tupolev, N. S. Khrushchev, P. N. Kumykin, Ya. A. Malik, W. Hayter, N. A. Mikhailov. N. A. Bulganin's press conference at Central Hall on the results of his stay in England. Return of the delegation from England. Meetings in the port of Baltiysk; at the Kaliningrad and Central (Moscow) airfields. Meetings on the occasion of meetings; speakers: N. Khrushchev, N. A. Bulganin, S. L. Sobolev, N. I. Bobrovnikov, A. N. Tupolev, I. V. Kurchatov and others. England. Sights of English cities. City of London. Karl Marx Library, British Museum. Streets: Fleet Street, Downing Street, Piccadilly, City; Trafalgar Square; Hyde Park. Monuments: Queen Victoria, Admiral G. Nelson, J. Washington, A. Wellington, King George VI, W. Shakespeare; monument "Egyptian Needle" ("Cleopatra's Needle"), Abraham Lincoln. St. Paul's Cathedral, the Royal Theater "Covent Garden", the house where Charles Dickens lived, his father's shop of antiquities. Buckingham Palace building. Palace of Westminster with Big Ben Tower. National Gallery, Fortress Tower. Industrial areas of the city. Windsor city. High Street, King Alfred the Great Monument, Town Hall, Winchester College. House-estate of the writer B. Shaw. Scotland, Eyre. Monument to the poet R. Burns. The city of Edinburgh, the castle of the writer W. Scott, the monument to W. Scott. City of Dublin. Monument to the actor Henry Irving. Greenwich city. Clock on the building of the Greenwich Observatory. The writing on the wall is Greenwich Meridian. Scenes from the English ballet and from PI Tchaikovsky's ballet "Swan Lake" performed by the artists of the Sadler's Wales troupe at the Covent Garden Theater. Moscow city. Bolshoi Theater soloists R. Struchkova and Yu. Zhdanov perform a scene from S. Prokofiev's ballet Romeo and Juliet at the Shakespeare in Music concert at the Tchaikovsky Concert Hall. Honored Art Worker of the RSFSR V. Dulova performs in the Small Hall of the Conservatory at a concert dedicated to English music; performs on the harp "Prelude" by the English composer G. Harty.