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Reference FCO 7/1811
Department/Office Foreign Office
Title President Nixon's visit to Chequers; Visits of the President of the USA to Europe (1970)
Description Report on the Secretary of State's talks with Mr. William P. Rogers covering the EEC negotiations, Agricultural levies, the Mills Bill, the Arab/Israel dispute, the Gulf, Southern Africa, and Brandt's latest proposals on Berlin. Report on the President's visit to Yugoslavia which included discussions with the President of Yugoslavia Josip Broz Tito. In addition to US-Yugoslavia bilateral economic co-operation and relations, conversations dwelt particularly on the Middle East, Vietnam, European problems including Conference on European Security (CES), the Mediterranean, and Yugoslavia's balancing act between East and West. Included is the speech made by the President of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Josip Broz Tito at the State Dinner in Honour of His Excellency the President of the United States of America and Mrs. Richard Nixon. Report on Soviet comment on President Nixon's tour and US Middle East Policy.
Date 1970
Collection The Nixon Years, 1969-1974
Region Europe
Countries Israel, United States, Vietnam, Soviet Union
Places Africa; Asia; Benelux; Britain; Chequers; Europe; Ireland; Israel; Italy; Japan; Jordan; Latin America; Mediterranean; Middle East; Mideast; Soviet Union; Spain; United Kingdom; United States of America; Vietnam; Yugoslavia
People Brezhnev, Leonid; Douglas-Home, Sir Alec; Freeman, John; Heath, Edward; Hussein bin Talal; Kissinger, Henry; Kosygin, Alexey; Nixon, Richard M; Rogers, William P
Topics Arab; Arms; British Embassy; Communist; Congress; Defence; Demonstrations; Department of State; Draft; Elections; European Security; foreign policy; Health; Mid-Term elections; North Atlantic Treaty Association (NATO); Oil; Race; The Nine; Trade; White House; withdrawal
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