June 1964

June 21, 1964: Three civil rights workers disappear in rural Mississippi
June 16, 1964: Earthquake levels buildings in Japan
June 5, 1964: Prime Minister Pearson proposes new flag for Canada

The following events occurred in June 1964:

June 1, 1964 (Monday)

  • The United States and the Soviet Union signed a bilateral treaty for the first time in 30 years, allowing for the two superpowers to establish consulates in each other's cities. In addition, it was agreed that if an American citizen was arrested in the USSR, an American consular official would be notified promptly and be given access, and that the same right would apply for a Soviet citizen and a Soviet consular official within the U.S. The pact was signed at the Spiridonovka Palace in Moscow by Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko and U.S. Ambassador to the Soviet Union Foy D. Kohler.[1]
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français: Juin 1964
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ၽႃႇသႃႇတႆး : ၵျုၼ်ႇ 1964