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Mideast / American Technicians #241678

CBS Evening News for Friday, Aug 29, 1975
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(Studio) Secretary of State Henry Kissinger talks with Israelis.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Jerusalem) Peace agreement hinges on American technicians in Sinai. Israel won't sign unless Congress okays move. [KISSINGER - expects Congress will approve. There is protocol question if Congress doesn't sign.] Israel and Egypt don't trust each other, but both sides see value of American connection.
REPORTER: Bernard Kalb

(DC) [MANSFIELD - says United States shouldn't act as buffer in area that could get us in conflict. Can't be policeman of world.] [ALBERT - against it until talk to Kissinger.] Important hurdle in Congress for peace plan.
REPORTER: Hal Walker

Kalb, Bernard;
Mudd, Roger;
Walker, Hal

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