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Troop Disengagement / Egypt / Israel / Syria #28226

ABC Evening News for Friday, Jan 18, 1974
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(Studio) Troop disengagement agreement signed by Israel& Egypt. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger flies to Damascus, Syria, to discuss disengagement with Israel. Egyptian President Sadat and Kissinger to work on plan between Syria and Israel. Chiefs of staff of Egyptian and Israeli armies sign agreement at kilometer 101.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(KM l0l, Suez-Cairo road) [Israeli P. Min. Golda MEIR - praises Kissinger's work.] [KISSINGER - hopes agreement signing will be remembered as major step toward peace in Mid. E.] Israeli General David Elazar and Egypt's General Mohammed Gamasy sign part of disengagement plan at kilometer 101 as Mrs. Meir and President Sadat sign other portions of agreement in their respective capitals. Disengagement plan reviewed. [General ELAZAR - seems pleased with agreement. Israeli troops to honor agreement.]
REPORTER: Bill Seamans

Reasoner, Harry;
Seamans, Bill

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