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(Studio) Vice President Mondale ends Europe tour and goes to Tokyo, Japan, on final leg of trip to foreign govts.
REPORTER: Morton Dean
(Tokyo, Japan) Trip to Japan is to assure Japanese they are of as much importance to United States as is Europe. Mondale and prime Min. Takeo Fukuda speak with regard to international economy, avoid topic of real concern in Japan: United States troops in Korea and possible pullout. Fukuda says it's matter between Washington, DC and Seoul; but Japan concerned with regard to balance of power change in Korea if United States troops pulled out. Mondale tells Japanese United States government will consult with them often and pull no surprises. Reporter sums up Mondale trip with stops in London, Brussels, Rome, Bonn and paris; mentions NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) support pledge, talk with Pope Paul VI, talks with regard to Concorde landing in NYC, international economy and nuclear proliferation.
REPORTER: Jed Duvall
- Dean, Morton;
- Duvall, Jed
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