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English: Visit to Tunisia by Chivu Stoica, President of the Council of State of Romania, at the invitation of President Habib Bourguiba (2-7 February 1967)
Română: Aspect din timpul vizitei întreprinse în Tunisia de către Chivu Stoica, preşedintele Consiliului de Stat al R.S. România, la invitaţia preşedintelui Habib Burghiba (2 – 7 februarie 1967)
Français : Visite en Tunisie de Chivu Stoica, président du Conseil d'État de la Roumanie, à l'invitation du président Habib Bourguiba (2-7 février 1967)
Date 1967
Author FOCR
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