A Trip to Africa - Following the Prime Minister's Visit

A Trip to Africa - Following the Prime Ministers Visit

1966
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Directed by: Unknown
Photographer: Adam Greenberg
Narrator: Haim Yavin
Languages: Hebrew, Arabic
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An Israeli Film Service short documentary about Prime Minister Levi Eshkols visit to Africa.
The first visit of an Israeli Prime Minister to the Black Continent extended over three weeks and included seven countries. Accompanied by his wife Miriam and diplomats, Prime Minister Levi Eshkol visited Senegal, Ivory Coast, Liberia, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Madagascar, Uganda, and Kenya. This short film documents the signing of agreements between Eshkol and local leaders, ceremonies held in honor of the guest, gifts he was given (including an elephants tusk!), the Israeli delegation going on a Safari in Kenya, and even a dance party with Miriam Eshkol. Apart from the official visit, this film also captures the landscapes, culture, and cities of Africa.
(Cinematographer: Adam Greenberg; narrator: Haim Yavin; narration text writer: Moshe Leshem)

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