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Egypt / USSR Talks / Mid. East Peace #252293

CBS Evening News for Sunday, May 29, 1977
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(Studio) Was announced 2 weeks ago that Egypt and USSR foreign mins. Ismail Fahmy and Andrei Gromyko would meet with regard to better relations, but today Egyptian President Anwar Sadat says meeting not a certainty yet. Sadat also talks about Mid. East peace prospects.
REPORTER: Ed Bradley

(Cairo, Egypt) President Carter has said Palestinians should be compensated for property left in Israel. Sadat claims compensation rights for oil Israel pumped from Sinai during occupation. [SADAT - cites figs. for oil compensation, will ask for other things, like payment for lost revenues for Suez Canal.] Sadat says United States must pay compensation for Israel.
REPORTER: John Sheahan

Bradley, Ed;
Sheahan, John

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