Comrade Enver: You always say that we are hot-tempered.
N.S.Khrushchev: You always twist my words. Does your translator know Russian well?
Comrade Enver: I respect you and you should also respect me.
Mikoyan (talking to Comrade Mehmet about Comrade Enver): He always speaks with passion, while Khrushchev speaks calmly.
N.S.Khrushchev: [British Prime Minister Harold] MacMillan also wanted to talk to me this way.
Comrades Mehmet and Hysni: Comrade Enver is not MacMillan, so you should take back that statement.
N.S.Khrushchev: And where should I put it?
Comrade Mehmet: Put it in your pocket.
Comrade Hysni: How could you say that he speaks to you like MacMillan?
Mikoyan: He speaks worse than MacMillan.
Comrade Hysni (to the comrades of our delegation): I do not agree to continue talks under these conditions.
(Comrade Enver and the other comrades stand up to exit the room.)