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US-USSR Relations / Inf Treaty #116878

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Jul 02, 1988
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) INF treaty between US-USSR reported going into effect yesterday; details given, scenes shown of mutual on-site inspections. Report introduced.

(Salt Lake City, UT: Tom Schell) Arrival of Soviet on-site inspection team here reported; scenes shown. [Soviet inspector Anatoly SAMARIN - (thru translator) discusses US-USSR relations] INF treaty signed by President Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev reviewed; procedures for Soviet verification of missile prod. explained; scenes shown. [Hercules plant manager David THOMPSON - says they will be able to see we are not making and shipping Pershing II missiles.] [US Air Force Lieutenant Colonel Seth JENSEN - explains verification process.] Scenes shown of Soviet living qtrs. in Salt Lake City.

Schell, Tom;
Simpson, Carole

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