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Invasion / United Nations / Hajek #199379

CBS Evening News for Friday, Aug 23, 1968
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(Studio) United Nations Security Council meets tonight on Czech crisis.
REPORTER: Charles Kuralt

(NYC) Czech For. Min. Jiri Hajek shown arriving from Czechoslovakia. Expected to attend meeting Mtg. to take up Canadian plan that Secretary General U Thant send United Nations representative to Prague to seek safe release of Czech leaders under detention. Mtg. called after USSR cast its 105th no vote on resolution to condemn USSR . Vote for condemnation 10 - 2. USSR and Hungary against. Algeria, India and Pakistan abstain. [HAJEK - says nothing to tell reporters now. Just here to see friends.]
REPORTER: Charles Kuralt Narrates

Kuralt, Charles

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