Polish protest dispersed; minister ends USSR visit
As Stefan Olszowski, Polish foreign minister, wound up his two days of talks with Soviet leaders in Moscow Tuesday, riot police dispersed demonstrators in the streets of Poland's southern industrial city of Nowa Huta.
Capping off Mr. Olszowski's visit here, the Communist Party newspaper Pravda pointedly told Poles they should heed the Kremlin's advice about the best way to solve their problems. Mr. Olszowski said his talks with Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko were very fruitful - showing full unity of views on bilateral relations and world problems. He did not say if Poland's internal problems were discussed.