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Mideast / Negotiations / United States / USSR #210874

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jul 13, 1970
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(Studio) Israeli For. Min. Abba Eban urges United Arab Republic to prepare for negotiations; says Israel won't yield occupied land till treaty signed; charges USSR plans to dominate Mediterranean.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(DC) Nixon and top advisers discuss incring. jet sales to Israel; no numbers, schedules disclosed; Soviet Ambassador Anatoly Dobrynin and Assistant Secretary of State Joseph Sisco discuss Mideast, reach no agreement; some United States intelligence experts dispute Sisco's claim Sovs. sent amphibious landing craft to UAR, think US and Israel pressuring Arabs to make concessions; USSR claims Am's Indochina commitment precludes firm Mideast stand; United States won't let USSR gain upper hand in Mideast.
REPORTER: Marvin Kalb

Kalb, Marvin;
Reasoner, Harry

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