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Strengthen Good Neighborliness and Cooperation

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Abstract
The film tells about the relationship between Japan and the USSR. The film uses footage of the chronicle dedicated to the events of the Second World War, the atomic explosion in Hiroshima. Landscapes of Japan. View of Head's Bay. Bust of Admiral Putyatin. Museum of Japanese-Soviet Friendship. Arrival of Soviet ships at the Japanese port of Yokohama. Unloading timber at the port. Presentation of an honorary diploma to academician NN Nekrasov of the Tokkai University of Tokyo. Views of Tokyo. Classes at the Tokyo Ballet School. Tchaikovsky. Speech by Japanese athletes, a Japanese musical ensemble (synchronously). Customer service in Japanese restaurants serving Russian cuisine. Trade in Russian publications in one of the bookstores in Tokyo. Classes in Japanese schools (synchronously). The work of the Japanese representations in Moscow. Leonid Brezhnev's talks with representatives of Japanese business circles. Stay of Japanese tourists in the USSR. Types of Volgograd, the construction of industrial enterprises in Siberia. Work in one of the ports of the Far East. Views of Khabarovsk. Classes of schoolchildren in the judo section.
Director
V. Khodyakov
Color
Color
Film ID
27961
Keywords
scientific connections
, economic communications
, school education
, cultural connections
, building
, sea transport
, public catering
, sports wrestling
, warussrjapan
, tourism
, political connections
, gymnastics
, professional education
, cities
, trade
, music
Meterage
828
Number of Parts
3
Operators
V. Khodyakov, E. Akkuratov
Other Creators
There is no data
Release Date
1976
Sound
Has Sound

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