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Vietnam / Haig; Paris Peace Talks #221014

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Nov 09, 1972
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(Studio) General Alexander Haig, Henry Kissinger's deputy, in Saigon to persuade South Vietnam President Thieu to agree to peace settlement. At Paris Peace Talks, US says peace closer.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Paris, France) [American Ambassador William PORTER - says United States delegation invigorated by President' massive victory, an endorsement of his Vietnam policy. Feels that with ea. passing day, peace comes perceptibly nearer.] North Vietnam's Nguyen Minh Vy says peace is not yet for tomorrow as United States still refuses to sign peace accord. VC's Madame Binh accuses Nixon administration of stalling to further bomb N. and South Vietnam, and deliver unprecedented stockpile of arms to South Vietnam. South Vietnam Ambassador objects to terms of peace draft.
REPORTER: Peter Kalischer

(Studio) American spokesperson optimistic Kissinger will meet soon with North Vietnam, to settle peace plan.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

Cronkite, Walter;
Kalischer, Peter

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