CBS Evening News for Wednesday, May 24, 1972
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(Moscow, USSR ) Czars who once occupied Kremlin Palaces never could have dreamed of the events taking place there now: Proletariat leaders signing agreements with American on space exploration.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite
(Moscow, USSR ) Soviet ceremony surrounds signing treaty for joint space venture. Premier Kosygin signs for Soviet (President Podgorny signed ecology, medical treaties yesterday.) US-Soviet space ships to dock in Earth orbit in 1975. Secretary Brezhnev and President Nixon discuss Vietnam. Brezhnev suggests US return to Paris Peace Talks. Nixon places wreath on Soviet tomb of Unknown Soldier.
REPORTER: Dan Rather
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