3. Castro and Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah and PM Mahathir walking through the guard of honour
5. Mid shot Castro and sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah standing
6. Malaysian Military band
7. Castro inspecting honour guard
8. Close-up of honour guard
9. Castro and PM Mahathir walking
10. Castro getting into car
11. Zoom in Castro getting off the car in Putrajaya (PM's Office)
12. Wide shot Castro and PM Mahathir on steps of the Putrajaya office shaking hands
13. Close up and zoom out shaking hands
14. Castro and Mahathir walking into the Putrajaya office
15. Wide shot Castro and Mahathir in meeting
16. Mid shot Castro
17. Wide shot meeting
18. Mid shot Mahathir, pull out
19. Delegates arriving at conference being applauded
20. Wide shot conference
20. SOUNDBITE: (English) Syed Hamid Arbar, Malaysian Foreign Minister
"We have 2 hours for this session. I hope His Excellency will speak for half an hour."
21. Close-up Castro laughing
22. Cutaway crowd
23. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Fidel Castro, Cuban President
"With the discovery of America in 1492, the result for us was, already then, that they 'discovered' us. In addition the inhabitants of that hemisphere discovered the most advanced civilisation that came from Europe."
24. Wide shot conference room
25. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Fidel Castro, Cuban President
"After colonialism and neo-colonialism and what some of us call imperialism they are adopting new ways - maybe more dangerous, more difficult and more costly."
Cuban President Fidel Castro on Friday held talks with Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad.
In a speech he called globalisation a form of plunder and accused the US of perpetuating poverty.
The Cuban leader received a superlative red carpet welcome at the start of his three-day visit to Malaysia.
He was greeted by an honour guard, saluting cannons and the country's king.
Taking a page from Mahathir's speech book, Castro gave a foreign policy address and said that the U.S.-led drive toward freer trade and globalisation were enriching wealthy nations at the expense of the poor.
Earlier, King Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah, gave him a state drive through Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia's largest city, a rare honour.
Castro then met Mahathir at a hotel before the two men boarded a limousine together for official talks at the prime minister's office in the opulent new capital city, Putrajaya.
They witnessed the signing of a framework agreement on economic, scientific and technical issues.
Malaysia, the world's largest palm oil producer, will expand 10 (m) million US dollars of palm oil credits to Cuba by another 15 (m) million US dollars.
Malaysian Foreign Minister Syed Hamid Albar told reporters that the meeting had been "very successful".
Castro, 74, and Mahathir, 75, are among the world's longest ruling leaders - Castro has been in power in Cuba for more than four decades and Mahathir has ruled Malaysia for two.
Both men share a deep suspicion of the United States.
But Castro's communist Cuba is one of the Western Hemisphere's poorest nations, while capitalist Malaysia is one of Southeast Asia's richest.
The United States is Malaysia's largest trading partner, while Cuba languishes under a four-decade trade embargo.
Castro urged Malaysian businessmen to invest in his poverty-stricken country, especially the tourism sector, and expressed hope that Cuba can emulate Malaysia's progress, Syed Hamid said.
Castro was also impressed by Putrajaya.
Syed Hamid quoted him as saying that "history will show that it's the correct project."
Critics have called the creation of a new capital city from scratch wasteful.
Mahathir has a penchant for large projects, building the world's tallest buildings and an ultra-modern airport.
The visit to Malaysia comes a year after a summit of 77 developing countries in Cuba which Mahathir attended.