The 1974 trip also led to an exit visa for the renowned cellist, Mstislav Rostropovich, to leave the USSR.
We are aware when these come in that a person has an exit visa.
He added, "And second, that you will probably have difficulties procuring an exit visa from my domains."
I don't know offhand whether Marina Oswald got her visa, her exit visa, that quickly and easily.
I want to straighten out if I can this question of the delay in the issuance of an exit visa for Mrs. Oswald.
Did he attempt to discourage you from seeking the exit visa?
So Marina had the exit visa some time before March 16, 1962.
When you talked to Colonel Aksenov, what did he tell you when you asked him about the exit visa?
And I believe it was said that that was a prerequisite to securing an exit visa from the Soviet Union.
Did Lee Oswald ever express any opinion to you as to why he thought an exit visa might be granted to you and your daughter?