• Short Summary

    Indonesian President Suharto arrived in Manila on Tuesday (17 July) for a two-day visit in the latest of a series of mini-summits among leaders of Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) to strengthen their cooperation in face in the Indochina conflict.

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    CU Indonesian plane arrives Manila airport
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    GV guards standing
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    CU Suharto stepping down from plane
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    CV Suharto shaking hands with officials and people
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    CV Suharto and Philippines officials towards helicopter (2)
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    GV people waving Indonesian flags
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    GV Helicopter takes off
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    Gv Beach resort with both countries flags
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    Gv Suharto shaking hands with philippine officials
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    GV Suharto and Marcos entering VIP room
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    GV Suharto and Marcos talking (2)
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    Background: Indonesian President Suharto arrived in Manila on Tuesday (17 July) for a two-day visit in the latest of a series of mini-summits among leaders of Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) to strengthen their cooperation in face in the Indochina conflict.

    Within minutes of his arrival to ceremonial welcome, Gen. Suharto was taken by helicopter to the isolated Puerto Azul beach resort, 50 miles south of Manila.

    During his 21-hour visit, he held two rounds of talks with President Ferdinand Marcos on regional security problem and bilateral cooperation.

    Their meeting at an isolated luxury beach resort just south of Manila took place on the eve of the United Nations conference in Geneva on Indochina refugees attended by their respective foreign ministers and their partners in ASEAN - Singapore, Malaysia, and Thailand - who are suffering from the influx of Vietnamese refugees.

    Another topic was a review by President Marcos of what he is doing to settle the seven-year-old Moslem secessionist rebellion in the far southern Philippines, where he is establishing two semi-autonomous regions in the effort to blunt the trouble.

    Indochina, as a member of the Islamic nations, has a special interest in the issue on which it has tried to use its good office for a final settlement.

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    Film ID:
    VLVA7K3LG3ZU79C56H5IUVLJMCJ0T
    Media URN:
    VLVA7K3LG3ZU79C56H5IUVLJMCJ0T
    Group:
    Reuters - Including Visnews
    Archive:
    Reuters
    Issue Date:
    18/07/1979
    Sound:
    Unknown
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Stock:
    Colour
    Duration:
    00:01:20:00
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    Canister:
    N/A

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