Parliamentarians of Nigeria in the Soviet Union

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Moscow city. Vnukovo airport. Ya. V. Peive meets the delegation of Nigeria, headed by J. Vaziri. Supreme Soviet of the USSR. Receiving the delegation of Ya. V. Peive. Members of the delegation visiting the cultural and historical monuments of the Kremlin, the Palace of Congresses, visit the Exhibition of Achievements of the National Economy. Airplane in the air. The city of Alma-Ata. Receiving the delegation at the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the Kazakh SSR. The members of the delegation visited the Alma-Ata house-building plant, a mosque, the Palace of Pioneers. Children draw, play the piano, swim in the pool. Visit to the Michurin collective farm. Members of the delegation among the collective farmers, are in the vineyard. The guests are accompanied by the chairman of the collective farm Abdygulov. The city of Leningrad. Types of streets, St. Isaac's Cathedral. Members of the delegation visiting the monument to Peter I, the Peter and Paul Fortress, the fountains of Peterhof, paintings of the Russian Museum, the cruiser Aurora, Smolny. Members of the delegation in the shop of the Nevsky Machine-Building Plant named after Lenin, talking with workers. Moscow city. Members of the delegation visiting the hotel "Youth", visiting the circus. Circus performers are performing. Guests at the Stanislavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko Musical Theater at Tchaikovsky's ballet Swan Lake. Reception of the delegation by Leonid Brezhnev. Seeing off at the airport.
S. Repnikov
Film ID
out-of-school education
, leisure
, plant growing
, collective farms
, architecture
, christianity
, kazakhstan
, construction industry
, political connections
, islam
, higher state bodies
, mechanical engineering
, air transport
, painting
, music
, consumer services
Number of Parts
A. Krylov, M. Popova
Other Creators
Text A. Grigoryan, sound A. Petrov
Release Date
Has Sound

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