President Ford and President Anwar Sadat of Egypt will hold three rounds of talks during their meeting in Salzburg beginning Sunday afternoon and continuing on Monday morning and Monday afternoon. Both leaders will leave Salzburg on Tuesday, Ford in the morning and Sadat at noon, it was disclosed here today.
Ford will arrive at Salzburg Sunday morning accompanied by Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger and will be greeted at the airport by Chanoc. Bruno Kreisky and other Austrian officials. Sadat who will be accompanied by Foreign Minister is mail Fahmy, is due in Vienna Friday morning from Yugoslavia and will go to Salzburg Saturday. While in Vienna, the Egyptian leader will meet with Kreisky, Austrian President Rudolf Kirschlaeger. and Mayor Leopold Gratz of Vienna.
An Austrian police spokesman said today that preparations for the Ford-Sadat meeting were completed. “We are ready. About 3000 policemen have been sent to Salzburg to guarantee the security of our guests,” the spokesman said, adding that “This is the largest security force for a visit of foreign heads of state to Austria in 30 years.” Some of the police will be armed with automatic weapons, guns and tear gas, he said.
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