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Reference FCO 7/1433
Department/Office Foreign Office
Title Briefing for visit of Mr Elliot Richardson, US Under Secretary of State to UK (1969)
Description Briefing and agenda include Middle East and the Arab-Israel dispute, Elliot Richardson's visit to the Persian Gulf, European integration and prospects for UK entry to EEC, Greece, NATO including the NATO reinforced Council meeting and implications for NATO on recent developments in Europe, East-West problems, Nigeria and force reductions in Europe including the possibility of a link with SALT.
Date 1969
Collection The Nixon Years, 1969-1974
Region Europe
Countries United Kingdom, Greece, Israel
Places Abu Dhabi; Africa; Asia; Belgium; Britain; Canada; China; Cyprus; Czechoslovakia; Denmark; Eastern Europe; Europe; France; Geneva; Germany; Greece; Iceland; India; Iran; Iraq; Ireland; Israel; Italy; Kuwait; Laos; Lebanon; Libya; Mediterranean; Middle East; Netherlands; Nigeria; Northern Ireland; Norway; Persian Gulf; Poland; Rhodesia; Russia; Saudi Arabia; Soviet Union; Turkey; Union of Arab Emirates; United Kingdom; United States of America; Vietnam
People Brezhnev, Leonid; Richardson, Elliot; Thant, U
Topics Agriculture; Aid; Arab; Arms; Chemical and Biological Warfare; Coal; Common Agricultural Policy (CAP); Common Market; Communist; Conference on European Security (CES); Council of Europe; Defence; Department of State; Detente; Disarmament; Draft; East-West relations; Education; Elections; Energy; Environment; European integration; European Security; Finnish initiative; foreign policy; Great Powers; Health; Ministry of Defence; Mutual and Balanced Force Reductions (MBFR); North Atlantic Treaty Association (NATO); Nuclear Weapons; Oil; organisation; Prague Declaration; Protectionism; Protectionist; Refugees; State Department; Supreme Court; The Nine; Trade; troops; United Nations; United Nations National Security Council; Warsaw Pact; Welfare; withdrawal
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