Mongolia's Foreign Minister, Mr. Lodongiyn Rinchin, arrived in India on Monday (17 November) for a?
GV Mr. Rinchin and officials laying wreath at Gandhi Memorial ZOOM INTO CU Mr. Rinchin
GV EXT Foreign Minister's Office
GV INTO Mr. Chavan (RIGHT) seated with Rinchin and lady interpreter ZOOM INTO CU interpreter
SV PAN FROM Chavan TO Rinchin
GV Rinchin and Chavan speaking
Shot of Mr. Rinchin arriving to lay the wreathe at Gandhi memorial.
Shot of Mr. Rinchin entering the samadhi and laying the wreathe.
Different shots of Mr. Rinchin standing in silence at Samadhi.
Shots of Mr. Rinchin taking a round of samadhi.
CS of the wreath.
Shot of Mr. Rinchin coming out after laying wreathe.
LS of Gandhi memorial.
LS of Foreign Affairs ministry.
Shot of Mr. Chavan greets Mr. Rinchin in his office.
Several different shots of Mr. Chavan and Mr. Rinchin seated talking.
Shot of the lady interpreter.
Shot of other members of Mongolian delegation seated.
Pan and tilt shot from Gandhi's Portrait to Mr. Chavan and Mr. Rinchin seated.
GV of the meeting.
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Background: Mongolia's Foreign Minister, Mr. Lodongiyn Rinchin, arrived in India on Monday (17 November) for a five day visit.
He started his first day by laying a wreath at Mahatma Gandhi's memorial. Later, accompanied by his advisor, he called on the Indian Foreign Minister, Mr. Y.B. Chavan. There, through an interpreter, they discussed matters of mutual interest.
Mr. Rinchin was also due to call on the Indian Prime Minister, Mrs. Indira Gandhi. He is expected to leave the country on November the 22nd.
The Mongolian Foreign Minister Mr. Lodongiyn Rinchin who arrived this morning, began his day by laying a wreathe at Mahatma Gandhi's memorial. Later alongwith his advisers he called on Indian Foreign Minister Mr. Y.B. Chavan at the later's office and discussed matters of mutual interest. Tomorrow Mr. Rinchin will formally call on Prime Minister Mrs. Gandhi. He is expected to leave India around November 22nd.
SYNOPSIS: The Minister of Foreign Affairs in Mongolia, Mr. Lodongiyn Rinchin, arrived in the Indian capital of Delhi on Monday. His first stop was the memorial of the famous leader Mahatma Gandhi, who dominated the Indian political scene until independence in nineteen forty-seven. There Mr. Rinchin laid a wreath and stood in silence as a mark of respect.
The next stop for Mr. Rinchin was the Foreign Ministry Office.
There he met his Indian counterpart the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr. Chavan. And the two men held talks through a woman interpreter.
They discussed matters of mutual interest to India and Mongolia. As well as visiting Mr. Chavan Mr. Rinchin was also to meet the Prime Minister, Mrs. Gandhi, before returning home on November the twenty-second.