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Cyprus / Turkey / Kissinger #235800

CBS Evening News for Monday, Aug 19, 1974
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(Studio) Turkey in control of top 1/3 of Cyprus. Takeover begins to go beyond Nicosia. Kissinger says Turkish-held land can be reduced by negotiation;
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(DC) [KISSINGER - told Turkish P.M. they'd have to be flexible. Assured demarcation line negotiable and phased troop reductions to be called for. Won't be pressured by threat of withdrawing from NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) or anti-Am; protests. United States can't solve all world problems.] Rejects idea United States tilted toward Turkey and defends decision not to end arms to Turkey. [Chairperson Senator For; Relations; Committee J. William FULBRIGHT - says United States motives good, but question of judgment.] Some congress feeling to cut off Turkish aid.
REPORTER: Bernard Kalb

Kalb, Bernard;
Mudd, Roger

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