In Moscow said goodbye to Farid Seiful-Mulukov. Audiences remember him for the program "international panorama" and "in the world Today", reports from Afghanistan and interviews with world leaders. Farid Seiful-Mulyukov died June 4, he was 85 years old.
Farewell to Farid Seiful-Mulukova began at 10.30 Moscow time. He was the best Arabist in the USSR radio and television, a unique scholar of the East. He interviewed king Hussein of Jordan, Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat, Fidel Castro and Syrian President Hafez al-Assad. Seiful-Mulyukov first of the Soviet journalists visited Israel and Palestine. He, according to people knowing it, especially proud of the fact that the camera performed the Hajj to Mecca and showed the viewers of the Shrine of Muslims.
In 1964, Farid Seiful-Mulyukov became a political observer of Central television, in a few years headed the Bureau in Lebanon. In the 70s moved to a similar position in Switzerland. The older generation remembers its program "international panorama" and "Today."
Farid Seiful-Mulyukov was born 19 Nov 1930 in Tashkent. It the honoured worker of arts of Russia. He is the author of several books. For a film about Afghanistan, the journalist was awarded the State prize of the USSR. Farid Seiful-Mulyukov died on June 4, on 86-th year of life.
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