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Invasion / Hajek / United Nations #1418

ABC Evening News for Friday, Aug 23, 1968
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(Studio) Czech For. Min. Jiri Hajek, who was in Yugoslavia during invasion, flies to New York City to present case to United Nations Security Council Council meets tonight despite Soviet veto of resolution that condemned invaders and called for pullout.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(NYC) Vote shown: 10 for and USSR and Hungary against. India, Pakistan and Algeria abstain In New Delhi, Premier Indira Gandhi says India objects to word "condemn" and prefers "deplore". The non-Communist bloc in India's upper house Parliament walked out. Lower house objects, too. [US Ambassador George BALL - says history will show that wretched victim of veto will be frightened and rattled Soviet leaders Action questions their humanity.] [USSR Ambassador Yacov MALIK - says it's United States who's drenching Vietnam with blood.]
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds Narrates

Reynolds, Frank

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