Greece appears to have a new ally in her dispute with Britain over the Cyprus question.
The Sudanese Foreign Minister and wife arriving at Vlahoulis' residence.
Makarios arrives too. (He came too late and owing to light troubles, this scene is not too clear).
MAKARIOS meets the Sudanese Minister of Foreign Affairs and chatts with him.
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Makarios, the Sudanese Foreign Minister and Mr. Loizidis, Parliamentary Deputy and representative of the Cyprus Ethnarchy, discuss the Cyprus problem.
The Sudanese Minister to Athens, Mr. Baghir, the wife of the Sudanese Foreign Minister and the wife of the Sudanese-Greek, seen at the verandah while Makarios and the other inside discuss the various sides of the Cyprus imbroglio.
Makarios and the Sudanese Foreign Minister (once again).
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Background: Greece appears to have a new ally in her dispute with Britain over the Cyprus question.
On Monday, August 5, the Sudanese Foreign Minister, Mr. Mohamed Ahmed Mahgoub, met Archbishop Makarios and pledged the support of his Government when the question is discussed in the United Nations General Assembly.
The meeting took place during Mr. Mahgoub's official visit to Greece and was held in a Villa owned by Mr. Vlahoulis, Greek resident in the Sudan.
The Sudanese Foreign Minister was accompanied to the meeting by the Sudanese Ambassador to Athens, Mr. Baghir.
They were joined in their discussions with the Archbishop by Mr. Loizidis, Parliamentary deputy and representative of the Cyprus pro-Greek Ethnarchy movement.