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US-Egypt Relations / Aid #104389

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Aug 02, 1986
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(Studio: Kathleen Sullivan) Report introduced.

(Cairo, Egypt: Barrie Dunsmore) Egypt's growing economy problems, extent of United States aid and implications for Mideast peace examined; details given, scenes shown. [Former foreign minister Ismael FAHMY - calls for immediate increase in United States aid.] Legal limitations on United States economy and military aid explained, discussed. [Ambassador Nicholas VELIOTES - cites Egypt's inability to repay loans.] Implications for President Hosni Mubarak's administration considered. [President aide Osama El-BAZ - cites possible jeopardy to peace.]

Dunsmore, Barrie;
Sullivan, Kathleen

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