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United States Foreign Policy / Israel #269482

CBS Evening News for Friday, Mar 21, 1980
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(Studio) House foreign affairs committee noted questioning Secretary of State Cyrus Vance with regard to United States policy towards Israel in light of recent United Nations vote mix-up; Vance recalled accepting blame for United Nations situation.
REPORTER: Ed Bradley

(DC) [VANCE - responds to questioning by Representative Elizabeth Holtzman.] Chairperson Clement Zablocki's remarks to Holtzman following session quoted; House committee said ready to drop issue. President Carter's scheduled mtgs. next month with Israel's Prime Min. Menahem Begin and Egypt's President Anwar Sadat mentioned.

Bradley, Ed;
McManus, Jim

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