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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Thurtday, October 14, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 17 PREMIER KOSYGIN Repays visit The gap slowly narrows By JOHN BEST OTTAWA One of the more consistent Canadian for- eign policy Initiatives in the last 10 yars has been development of closer relations with the Soviet Union. The process will advance a step with the eight-day Cana dian visit of Premier Alexei Ko- sygin which begins Sunday. He will be the first Soviet head-of- government to visit Canada. The grandfatherly, somewhat diffident-looking premier will re-pay an 11-day trip to the So- viet Union made by Prime Min- ister Trudeau in May. That was a first for a Canadian prime minister. Tlie entire Soviet hierarchy is engaged in an extensive pro- gram of state visits around the world, probably to help offset the growing influence of China. President Richard Nixon of the United States also is demon- strating a new stress -on good foreign relations with Peking and Moscow visits planned for next spring. ELEVATES TIES Mr. Trudeau's trip produced a protocol on consultations that el- evated Canadian-Soviet ties. It envisages closer political, eco- nomic and cultural collabora- tion. Neither the Trudeau visit nor the agreement were welcomed unanimously in Canada. Opposition Leader Robert Stanfield remarked that he had no objection to closer Canadian relations with the Soviet Union or any other country. "I do not believe, however, that the best way to normalize relations on any permanent basis is through cither casual trips, casual conversations >.r even casual lie said. Hie word casual was an allu- sion, at least in part, to the ap- parent haste with which the pro- tocol was drawn up. Mr. Trudeau was criticized in seme quarters for talking in the Soviet Union about Canada's need to find offsets to U.S. eco- nomic, cultural and military in- fluences. He also was censured for a speech in the Ukraine in which he appeared fo equate (lie Soviet federal system with that of Canada. STATES FEELINGS Mr. Trudeau stated his per- sonal feelings on Canada- U.S.S.R. relations at Leningrad. Forecasting a new era of co- operation between the two coun- tries, he said: "All barriers are giving way before the progress of science and technology." Mr. Tnitlcau's trip was one of a series that Canadian and So- viet leaders have been exchang- ing in recent years. Last summer, Northern Af- fairs Minister Jean Chretien vis- ited development projects in Siberia. Early this year, Trade Minis- ter Jean-Luc Pcpin travelled to Moscow to sign a Soviet-Cana- dian accord on co-operation in the industrial application of sci- ence and technology. A mixed commission has been at work implementing the agreement and working groups have been established in six different in- dustrial scclors. GKOMYKO WAS IIKHE In 1069, Foreign Minister An- drei Gromyko visilcd Oltawa, repaying a Soviet visit by for- mer external affairs minister Paul Martin three years earlier' Dmitri Polyansky, a member of the Kremlin's policy-making Politburo, visited Canada in and and Works Minis- ter Arthur Laing, then northern affairs minister, was in Russia in 1985. SIMPSONS-SEARS 1st Birthday SALE Allstate Snow Guard or Wide Guard Tires at the same low price 2 Proven Glass Belted Tires Now at Big Savings C78-13 Blackwall The plain facts about Allstate Fibre Glass Belted Tires: 1. They give you better traction: wide, low profile, deep tread design lasts long and gives tire excellent road hold. 2. Fibre glass bells prevent tire thus tire will LAST UP TO TWICE AS tONG as ordinary unbelted tires. 3. Easier handling with the wider tread and the low pro- file. 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