U.N. WALK-OUT BY HUNGARIAN PUPPETS After repeated denunciations of the Hungarian puppet regime by the U.N. GeneralrnAssembly, Imre Horvath, Hungary's foreign minister, leads his delegation in anrnangry walk-out. The Assembly goes on to vote a sweeping condemnation of Russian brutality in Hungary.
CASTRO AND EASTERN EUROPEAN LEADERS ARRIVE IN NEW YORK An impressive parade of world leaders arrives in New York for the opening of the 15th General Assembly of the U.N. First is Cuba's Fidel Castro1 who is received with mixed cheers and jeers. Novotny from Czechoslovakia and Gomulka from Poland arrive at night with no greeting from United States officials as they are not guests of the U.S. NOTE: Reporter voice-over requires additional clearances.
INSIDE THE UNITED NATIONS HEADQUARTERS 1979 - 4 A meeting of The United Nations general Assembly where a vote is taking place. Various assembly members are shown, and hands are raised during the voting process. Ole Algard, President of The United Nations Security Council in April 1979, announces the voting results.
Date: April, 1979 - COLOR Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:01:00:00, No Audio
U.N. ASSEMBLY OPENS The 18th session of the United Nations General Assembly opens on a note of optimism as representatives of 111 member nations meet to elect a new President for the coming year. The optimism is based on the nuclear test ban treaty and Dr. Carlos Sosa Rodriquez of Venezuela receives all of the votes cast and takes over as Assembly President.
PRESIDENT KENNEDY ADDRESSES U.N In a major address to the United Nations General Assembly, President John F. Kennedy hails the pause in the Cold War, while taking note of Cuba and Berlin. Then he makes the startling proposal that the United States and the Soviet Union cooperate rather than compete--and together try to put a Man on the Moon.
GOLDA MEIR AND MADAM PANDIT AT UNITED NATIONS Several shots inside a United Nations meeting focussing on female delegates from many countries addressing the general assembly - including Israel's Foreign Minister Golda Meir and India's Madam Pandit.
1964 U.N. SESSION OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY The United Nations Session of the General Assembly opens with Malawi, Malta and Zambia becoming members then Dr. Alex Quaison-Sackey is elected assembly president and gives a brief speech. PLEASE NOTE: VIDEO & AUDIO OF NEWS ANCHORS & REPORTERS IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR LICENSING.
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