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Carter / NATO Meeting / Departure #251899

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, May 10, 1977
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(London, England) President Carter leaves London after what is said to be very successful trip. Earlier today he met with leaders of 6 smaller NATO ntns., include Constantine Caramanlis of Greece and Suleyman Demirel of Turkey. Carter reports 2 leaders say they're determined to settle Cyprus question without war. (Film shown.) Carter and 14 other heads of state of NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) members meet; President pledges continued American support and asks NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) funds be spent with greater efficiency. Before leaving cntry., President meets with reporters [CARTER - believes his presence here, and fact that United States has come thru Watergate and Vietnam, adds renewed confidence to West Europe. Has been gratifying trip.] British Prime Min. Callaghan's comment with regard to Carter noted.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

Reporter(s):
Cronkite, Walter
Duration:
00:02:50

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