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14. British Premier to Visit South Africa Next Month.
The British Prime-Minister is to travel to South Africa next month, the
first British Prime-Minister to visit the republic since Harold Mcmillan made
his landmark "winds of change" speech there 34 years ago.
The two-day visit is beginning on September 20. It will be a "broad-
based" visit to Cape Town, Pretoria and Johannesburg designed to cement the
new political economic and cultural ties between Britain and Pretoria.
15. Polish Premier Visits Italy.
A Polish delegation led by the Polish Premier arrived in Italy yesterday
on a 3-day visit which is designed to improve economic relations between the
two countries.
Welcoming the Polish Prime-Minister at Rome's airport the Italian
Prime Minister said he saw the visit as part of his government's еfforts to
overcome differences between their two countries.
16. Canadian Prime-Minister in Moscow.
At the invitation of Russia's Government the Canadian Prime-Minister
was on an official visit to Russia from May 17 to 28.
During his stay in Russia the Canadian Prime Minister had official talks
with Russian leaders. The talks were held in an atmosphere of understanding
and cordiality. The parties exchanged views on the Russian-Canadian rela-
tions, prospects for broader cooperation and other problems of mutual inter-
est. The Russian and Canadian premiers signed a protocol which provides for
regular high-level consultations on important international problems as well
as questions of mutual interest.
The Canadian Premier got a warm welcome in Russia.
17. Britain in Dubai Talks.
The British Defence Secretary held talks yesterday on military coopera-
tion in the United Arab Emirates, the official news agency said.
The Defence Secretary who had arrived from Saudi Arabia met with his
Arab counterpart for talks on a number of bilateral issues and regional and
international matters of mutual interest, the agency said. The British embassy
sources said that the meeting also covered military links but they ruled out
the signing of any agreement.
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1. Middle East Talks.
The UN Secretary-General has called for a resumption of the Geneva
talks on the Middle East and expressed confidence that the forthcoming UN
General Assembly session would deal with the Middle East problem. He also