A group of 60 Yugoslavs, evacuated by their government from Dacca, arrived at Delhi airport in India.
LV Aircraft taxing in at Delhi airport
CU Yugoslav at airport
GV Yugoslav women and children down aircraft steps
SV Family walking away from aircraft
GV More Yugoslavians down aircraft steps
SV Yugoslav family across tarmac
SV Aircrew at airport
SCU Mr Stanie, an official of Yugoslav Foreign Ministry talks to reporters SOF STARTS "HOW MUCH DAYS YOU STAY IN DACCA.......?" "........NOBODY'S HURT"
SCU Yugoslav talking to press SOF STARTS "PEOPLE TRAVELLING WITH THIS PLANE......" SOF ENDS "........NO CONTACT FOR THE TIME BEING"
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Background: A group of 60 Yugoslavs, evacuated by their government from Dacca, arrived at Delhi airport in India. One of the Yugoslavs, Mr Alendar Stanich, who is an official in the Yugoslav Foreign Ministry, told newsmen at the airport that they had seen soldiers in the streets of Dacca but that business appeared to be normal. He added that military authorities in East Pakistan had lifted the curfew during the day and most shops in the city remained open. Other members of the group were reluctant to answer questions. Mr Stanich was interviewed in English by newsmen.