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US-USSR Relations / Geneva Talks #106470

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 17, 1987
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Possibility that Mikhail Gorbachev might meet with Congress during his summit visit with President Reagan reported Report introduced.

(Geneva, Switzerland: Rick Inderfurth) Negotiations on medium-range missile treaty here reported; details given, scenes shown. [Chief United States arms negotiator Max KAMPELMAN - is pleased with mtgs.] Issues of USSR 's inventory of weapons and verification outlined. Problem said to be similarity of USSR missiles that are covered and not covered by this accord. [KAMPELMAN - says United States needs to be sure that if Sovs. cheat, our security won't be undermined.] Efforts of Kampelman and USSR counterpart, Yuli Vorontsov, to wrap up treaty reiterated.

Inderfurth, Rick;
Jennings, Peter

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