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Reference FCO 7/1823
Department/Office Foreign Office
Title Records of meetings when Prime Minister Wilson visited United States of America, January (1970)
Description Briefs on Nigeria, the Middle East, SALT, the European communities, East-West relations, Vietnam, urban problems, conservation, pollution, China. Record of the Prime Minister's meeting with Sir Duncan Wilson. H.M. Ambassador in Moscow. Meeting covers Soviet attitude to Britain's entry into Europe, China and Vietnam. Progress in the Middle East depends on the Four Power talks and Egypt. Record of conversation between the Prime Minister and H.M. Ambassador in Washington. Meeting covers European integration and Anglo/US relations. US/French relations and France's return to NATO. Greece, NATO, King Constantine II, the colonels and a return to democracy. Record of a conversation between the Foreign and Commonwealth Secretary Michael Stewart and the US Secretary of State William P. Rogers covering trade problems, textiles, Spain and the EEC, Rhodesia, the British Honduras/Guatemala, Guyana/Venezuela, Mutual balanced force reductions and NATO force levels, East/West Relations, Intelsat, Libya, Persian Gulf, Bahrain/Iran, Union of Arab Emirates, . Note of meeting held in the Oval Room, The White House between President Nixon, Prime Minister Harold Wilson, Dr Henry Kissinger and Sir Burke Trend. The main point discussed include Italy, Nigeria, Rhodesia, Non-Cotton Textiles, the Middle East and King Hussein and Vietnam.
Date 1970
Collection The Nixon Years, 1969-1974
Region North America
Countries China, Greece, Guatemala, Italy, Nigeria, Spain, Venezuela, Vietnam, United States, Soviet Union, United Kingdom, Zimbabwe, Egypt, Belize, Guyana, Bahrain, Iran, United Arab Emirates
Places Africa; Ascension Island; Asia; Britain; Canada; Caribbean; China; Czechoslovakia; East of Suez; Eastern Europe; Europe; France; Geneva; Germany; Gibraltar; Greece; Guatemala; Guyana; Hanoi; Honduras; Iran; Ireland; Israel; Italy; Japan; Jordan; Kuwait; Laos; Latin America; Lebanon; Libya; Mediterranean; Middle East; Nigeria; Persian Gulf; Rhodesia; Russia; South Vietnam; Soviet Union; Spain; Union of Arab Emirates; United Kingdom; United States of America; Venezuela; Vietnam
People Annenberg, Walter H; Burns, Arthur; Freeman, John; Greenhill, Sir Denis; Hillenbrand, Martin J; Ho Chi Minh; Hussein bin Talal; Kissinger, Henry; Kosygin, Alexey; Richardson, Elliot; Rogers, William P; Sisco, Joseph; Sonnenfeldt, Helmut; Stewart, Michael; Thant, U; Wilson, Harold
Topics Aid; Arab; Arms; Balance of Payments; British Embassy; Burden sharing; Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers; Chemical and Biological Warfare; Coal; Common Agricultural Policy (CAP); Common Market; Congress; Conservation; Council of Economic Advisers; Council of Europe; Defence; Department of State; Disarmament; Draft; Drugs; East-West relations; Economic policy; Economy; Education; Elections; Environment; European integration; European Security; Exports; FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation); Federal Reserve; foreign policy; Free trade; Group of Ten; Health; Inflation; Intelsat; International Monetary Fund; International Monetary Situation; Labour Party; Law and Order; Ministry of Defence; Multiple independently targetable reentry vehicle (MIRV); Mutual force reductions; Nixon Doctrine; North Atlantic Treaty Association (NATO); organisation; Ostpolitik; Pacification; Paris Peace Talks; Payments; Pollution; Poverty; Protectionism; Race; Recession; Refugees; Shipping; Space exploration; State Department; State of the Union Message; Strategic Arms Limitation Treaties; Strikes; Taxation; Taxes; Textiles; Trade; Trade Bill; Trade policy; Trade unions; Treasury; troops; Unemployment; United Nations; United Nations National Security Council; Vice President; Wages; Warsaw Pact; Welfare; Western European Union; White House; withdrawal
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