ABC Evening News for Friday, Jun 03, 1988
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Return of President Reagan from summit meeting in USSR after stopover in England reported Report introduced.
(DC: Sam Donaldson) Reagan's report on summit to British reported [REAGAN - says an era of lasting change in USSR may be here; calls Mikhail Gorbachev a serious man seeking reform; comments on walking in Red Sq. with Soviet leader] [Prime Min. Margaret THATCHER - thanks Reagan for summit.] [While commenting on his statement that bureaucracy has kept "refuseniks" from emigrating, REAGAN - uses word "system."] Scenes shown of Reagan returning to Andrews AFB. [REAGAN - says "there's no place like home."] Analysis of thaw in cold war between United States and USSR given.
(Studio: Peter Jennings) Treaty to remove intermediate-range nuclear weapons recalled. Report introduced.
(Ukraine missile base, USSR : Walter Rodgers) USSR 's ways of eliminating medium-range nuclear weapons featured; scenes shown of disassembling of weapons. [Colonel Yevgeni KOZLOV - (thru translator) says USSR never wanted a senseless war.] [Lieutenant Oleg SOKOLOV - says there are lot of missiles to be eliminated.] Remaining nuclear threat from submarines and longer-range missiles noted.