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Carter / Fahd Visit #252202

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, May 24, 1977
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(Studio) Saudi Arabia's Prince Fahd meets with President Carter.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(DC) Because of Saudi oil power and moderate stand of Saudi leaders, Fahd's visit important to Mid. East peace. [CARTER - says mtgs. will focus on search for peace, through challenge and opportunity.] Fahd calls Carter's views wise and comments with regard to Palestinian problem. [FAHD - (thru translator) shares view of problem as danger to area and world peace and wishes for peace and stability for area.] Sources say talks with Arab leaders have gone well, but there is concern with regard to new Israeli leadership
REPORTER: Ed Bradley

(Studio) Former South Carolina governor, John West, to be new ambassador to Saudi Arabia.

Bradley, Ed;
Mudd, Roger

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