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US-USSR Relations / Summit / Arms Control Issues #116088

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 01, 1988
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Push by President Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev at summit for arms reductions noted. Report introduced.

(Moscow, USSR : John McWethy) Results of negotiations with regard to START arms control outlined on screen; details given of discussions between United States and USSR representatives on mobile missiles and cruise missiles.

(Studio: Peter Jennings) Problem of actually verifying aspects agreed to in INF treaty reported

(DC: Rick Inderfurth) Details of arms reductions outlined in INF treaty featured; scenes shown of Pershing II and cruise missiles. [Army Brigadier General Roland LAJOIE - explains unprecedented missile destruction.] Inspection sites in Votkinsk, USSR , Magna, UT, and Martin Marietta Corp. plant in Maryland shown; inspection procedures explained.

Inderfurth, Rick;
Jennings, Peter;
McWethy, John

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