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US-Israel Relations #266061

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 07, 1979
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(Studio) Straining of United States-Israeli relations due to Israel's conception of United States tilt toward Palestinians cited.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Tel Aviv, Israel) Chgs. against United States, levied by Israeli foreign minister Moshe Dayan. outlined; Saudi Arabia mentioned. Effect of United Nations Resolution 242 on latest round of Israel-Egypt talks on Palestinian autonomy mentioned. Egypt's position reported outlined by Prime Min. Mustafa Khalil. [KHALIL - discusses 242.] [Israeli interior minister Yosef BURG - says rumors heard don't gratify Israel.] Autonomy talks said ending with Israel-Egypt-United States agreeing on agenda for discussions on elecs. in west bank and Gaza Strip. Significance of United Nations Resolution 242 mentioned.
REPORTER: Jerry Bowen

(Studio) Israel said considering United Nations Resolution 242 keystone to peace with Egypt. Secretary of State Cyrus Vance reported assuring Israel that resolution isn't endangered; Vance quoted with regard to supplemental resolution proposed by Kuwait, possible Israeli violation of United States-Israeli agreement with use of United States-supplied weapons in raids on Lebanon. Israel's reply cited.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

Bowen, Jerry;
Mudd, Roger

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