September 1960: Fidel Castro disembarks from an airplane at New York airport, surrounded with people. He gets into car and departs. A small group of people greets him from behind the fences. Castro stops to meet them but New York police men stop him for security reasons and he goes. Prime communist leader of Soviet Union Nikita Khrushchev arrives at a hotel to meet Castro. Castro welcomes Nikita as his car arrives down town, at hotel, on street. The United Nation's meeting spot building. Castro arrives at the 15th meeting of the United Nation's General Assembly. He comes forward for speech. He gives the longest speech in general assembly of the United Nations meeting, 4 hour long speech. Fredrick Henry Boland, President of the General Assembly interrupts him when he attacks the United States Presidential Candidates. Castro supports soviet ideology and Chinese admission to the UN. Fidel Castro meets Nikita Khrushchev. Nikita embraces Castro.
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