Dr. Kissinger will visit South Africa after Zambia and will hold discussions with the country's?
GV EXT. Hotel Kilimanjaro (Dar es-Salaam) (2 shots) 08 SV INT. Henry Kissinger walking to rostrum.
SV PAN FROM Newsmen to Kissinger speaking/KISSINGER: "The United States has made clear on many occasions that it has no intention of intervening in southern Africa. The United States pursues their policy that African development should be in the hands of Africans. We also oppose the intervention of any other outside powers. But the United States has no intention by itself to initiate intervention in Africa."
LV ZOOM IN TO SV Kissinger arriving at Lusaka airport. Down aircraft steps and greeted by Dr. siteke Mwale. (Zambian Minister of Foreign Affairs.)
GV EXT State House 05 SV Kissinger arriving by car and entering State House.
SV INT. Kissinger talking with Zambian President Kenneth Kaunda.
SV INT. Conference room with Zambian and United States officials seated at table.
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Background: Dr. Kissinger will visit South Africa after Zambia and will hold discussions with the country's Prime Minister John Vorster. The two men met recently in Switzerland. Dr. Kissinger may also meet the Rhodesian Prime Minister, Ian Smith, while he is in south Africa.
The United States Secretary of State, Henry Kissinger said on Wednesday (5 September) that his country had no intention of intervening in Southern Africa. He was speaking in the Tanzanian capital, Dar es-Salaam, shortly before flying to Zambia to continue his African shuttle mission.
SYNOPSIS: During his stay in Tanzania, Dr. Kissinger had talks with President Julius Nyerere on the situation in southern Africa.
Dr. Kissinger then flew to the Zambian capital, Lusaka, where he was met by Siteke Mwale, Zambia's Foreign Minister. Lusaka was the second leg of the Secretary of State's mission to meet black and white leaders and discuss the southern African situation.