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Vietnam / Peace Talks #220763

CBS Evening News for Monday, Nov 20, 1972
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(Studio) Henry Kissinger and North Vietnam's Le Duc Tho meet in Paris, France, to hold talks on ending war.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Gif-Sur-Yvette, France) Secret talks in Village of Gif-Sur-Yvette near Paris. Le Duc Tho and North Vietnam deputy foreign minister Nguyen Co Thach want to stick to terms agreed on in advance with Kissinger. Questions include withdrawal of North Vietnam troops from South Vietnam, cease-fire embracing all Indochina, reestablishment of DMZ, and definition of proposed council of reconciliation. Kissinger, General Alexander Haig, deputy assistant Secretary of State William Sullivan, members of United States delegation. Both sides appear optimistic.
REPORTER: Peter Kalischer

Kalischer, Peter;
Mudd, Roger

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