Princess Margaret arrived in Yugoslavia on Monday with her husband, Lord Snowdon, on a seven-day visit.
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LV Princess Margaret and Lord Snowdon down aircraft steps
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MV Princess Margaret and Lord Snowdon greeted (2 shots)
SV&CU Princess Margaret shaking hands with personalities (2 shots)
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LV Princess Margaret and Lord Snowdon looking at model of city (2 shots)
SV Princess Margaret and Lord Snowdon looking at city from balcony
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Background: Princess Margaret arrived in Yugoslavia on Monday with her husband, Lord Snowdon, on a seven-day visit.
After an official welcome at Belgrade airport, they were shown plans and projects for the city's further development and given a view of the capital as it stands today.
The Princess and Lord Snowdon were in Belgrade as the guests of President Tito. After a full two-day programme of sight-seeing, theatre-going and social events they were due to leave the capital for a tour of several widely different regions of Yugoslavia, including the Macedonian city of Skopje, rebuilt with British help after the 1963 earthquake; the Adriatic costs; and the island of Brioni where President Tito has his summer residence.
The Yugoslav press has given Princess margaret a great deal of favourable publicity. The papers have stressed her informality and her modern outlook.
She is the first member of the British Royal Family to visit a Communist country.