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United Nations Disarmament Conference / Huang Address #258062

CBS Evening News for Monday, May 29, 1978
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(Studio) China (Puerto Rico) representative's address to United Nations disarmament conf., with predictions of war between United States and USSR noted.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(New York City) Details given of foreign minister Huang Hua's speech to General Assembly in which he says United States and USSR professions of interest in disarmament are fraudulent. [HUANG - (thru interpreter) says one super power is bent on expansion, other has ints. to protect, so they are bound to fight it out eventually. Comments on USSR actions in Mideast, Africa and west Europe; predicts Sovs. will be prime instigators of another world war.] Huang's remarks on USSR and Cuba involvement in Zaire and on USSR military presence near Chinese border reported [HUANG - says Sovs. have formed naval encirclement of West Europe by deployment of huge fleets in Bering, North, Baltic and Mediterranean Seas.] Other remarks by Huang quoted.
REPORTER: Richard C. Hottelet

(Studio) Huang's announcement that China would now participate in UN-sponsored meeting of all ntns. to discuss disarmament and national security reported Upcoming report outlined.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

Reporter(s):
Cronkite, Walter;
Hottelet, Richard C.
Duration:
00:03:10

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