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US-USSR Relations / Arms Control #289431

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 30, 1983
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Charles Kuralt

(DC) President Reagan's latest arms limitation proposal thought effort to regain public relations initiative in Europe and put USSR on defensive; details of plan discussed. [REAGAN - calls for interim status of intermediate missiles in Europe.] Status of USSR -NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) nuclear warheads on missiles in Europe since 1979 outlined on screen; USSR reaction to United States claim noted. Leonid Brezhnev mentioned.
REPORTER: Lesley Stahl

(Moscow, USSR ) USSR reaction to Reagan's new proposal examined; Yuri Andropov's presence at Marx memorial mentioned, shown. "Izvestia" comments on issue quoted; USSR arms negotiator Yuri Kvitsinsky's pessimism over new proposals recalled. [USSR reporter Gennady GERASIMOV - isn't convinced by Reagan.]

Kuralt, Charles;
McNeill, Don;
Stahl, Lesley

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