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Vladimir Putin

Aroutunian, Hon. A.

The importance of the outcome of the visit of Khrushchov to the USA to Canada because of our close economic, political and military ties with the United States. Media coverage of the event. The success of the visit. The scope of exchange visits of businessmen and specialists, artists and scientists, to the U.S.S.R. How to develop and improve such exchanges. Agreements both cultural and scientific between Canada and the U.S.S.R. Tourism. Simplifications to the visa process to encourage mutual travelling experiences between the people of Canada and the U.S.S.R. Canada's interest in the development of the Arctic and opportunities for cooperation with the U.S.S.R. A review of Canada's efforts in development of the Arctic regions. The possibilities of the construction of a gigantic dam in the Bering Strait. A discussion of peaceful co-existence: what it means and what it requires. The importance, particularly economic, of peaceful coexistence between Canada and the Soviet Union. The development of international trade as an essential factor of peaceful coexistence. Developing trade with the Soviet Union. A discussion and analysis of the Soviet proposal for disarmament, and the concept of international control of arms. Some remarks on the situation between the Soviet Union and the two Germanys. The importance of personal contacts between heads and government in resolving complicated international problems. Putting an end to the cold war. The results of Mr. Khrushchov's visit to the United States as part of the opening of new possibilities for further enlargement and betterment of relations between Canada and the Soviet Union.

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