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Kissinger / Vorster / Zurich Meeting / Africa Race Problems #248294

CBS Evening News for Monday, Sep 06, 1976
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(Studio) Secretary of State Henry Kissinger and South Africa Prime Min. John Vorster end wkend. mtgs. in Zurich, Switzerland, rpting. some progress in discussion of South Africa racial problems.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(London, England) Kissinger holds news conf.; remarks directed to summit of black African leaders meeting in Tanzania. [KISSINGER - says 2 problem areas in Africa are Rhodesia and Namibia; notes objectives of both. Says United States and UK support objectives.] Vorster also reports progress; says he'll soon report on mtgs. to Rhodesia white minority government Vorster also defends South Africa apartheid policy. [VORSTER - says policy not negation of human dignity; his government has created more opportunities for coloreds, blacks and Indians than any previous ones.] Kissinger goes to Great Britain to meet with British prime minister with regard to African shuttle. If shuttle takes place, reports say it'll last about 2 weeks and wouldn't be done unless Kissinger sure of some success.
REPORTER: Bernard Kalb

Kalb, Bernard;
Schieffer, Bob

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