Visnews filmed Feb 11 the visit of Afro-Asian youth leaders to Arab in Gazam Egypt's finger-like North-Easternmost territory.
GTV Afro-Asian youth leaders mixing with Arab refugees.
GV Ditto and carrying pictures of Nasser
TV Visitors walking with Governor
CU Hospital sign Unrwa.
SV Visitors with Governor entering hospital.
LV Int Visitors in ward talking to refugees
GV Travel, visitors travelling through crowded street to Governor's residence
GV Ditto, passing welcome sign.
GV Governor's residence with crowds outside.
TV Visitors arriving at residence.
SV Walking into Grounds.
SV Around governor.
SCU Governor talking to visitors.
GTV Refugees outside Governor's house
LV Visitors arriving with Governor at the tomb of the unknown soldier
SV Visitors receive wreaths.
SV Visitors carrying wreaths to tomb.
LV Statue of the unknown soldier.
CU Two wreaths.
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Background: Visnews filmed Feb 11 the visit of Afro-Asian youth leaders to Arab in Gazam Egypt's finger-like North-Easternmost territory.
The youth leaders from 62 nations have been attending a conference in Cairo aimed at fostering happy relations between their committees. At Gaza they fraternized happily with the refugees, Governor of the town, Marshall Ahmed Salem. To the refugees, Nasser is 'the protector' - most if not all of them fled from old Palestine, now part of the ten-year old Republic of Israel - Nasser's immediate neighbour standing at perpetual attention to the North.
The visitors inspected the U.N.-controlled hospital, went to the Governor's residence and laid wreaths at the tomb of Gaza's unknown soldier.