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Camp David Accords Anniversary #296059

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Mar 25, 1984
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Israeli-Egyptian Border) Current status of Camp David accord between Israel and Egypt examined; scenes from Anwar Sadat's trip to Jerusalem shown. [March 11, 1984, President Hosni MUBARAK, former Israeli ambassador Eliahu Ben-ELISSAR - accuse each other of violating Camp David agreement.] Israeli pts. of criticism detailed. [MUBARAK - wants complete Israeli withdrawal, solution to Palestinian problem.] Egypt's claim that Israeli invasion of Lebanon was catalyst to diplomatic freeze noted; other sources of Egyptian dissatisfaction outlined.

Dean, Morton;
McNeill, Don

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