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Washington, DC / Fahd Visit #301727

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Feb 10, 1985
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(Studio) Saudi King Fahd reported arriving in Washington, DC today for tomorrow's White House talks with president Reagan on United States role in Mideast peace process; details given, films shown.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(DC) Reagan administration's commitment to Mideast peace process recalled collapsing with United States eviction from Lebanon last year; Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak mentioned meeting with Reagan here next month. [Former Mideast negotiator Joseph SISCO - explains source of United States strength in region.] Implications of agreement talks between Jordan's King Hussein and PLO chairperson Yasir Arafat and possible resumption of United States-USSR negotiations for Mideast this month considered. [Egyptian foreign minister Esmat Abdel MEGUID - hopes to avoid sense of frustration and despair in region.]
REPORTER: Deborah Potter

Potter, Deborah;
Schieffer, Bob

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