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US-USSR Relations / Expulsions, Iceland Summit Aftermath #307016

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Oct 23, 1986
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(DC: David Martin) Apparent truce in US-USSR diplomacy expulsion war reported; scenes shown. [State Department spokesperson Charles REDMAN - hopes for Iceland summit process to continue now.] Contd. confusion over what actually occurred in Reykjavik examined. [US arms negotiator Max KAMPELMAN - thinks summit issues need to be recapitulated.] [President REAGAN - restates his arms control position.] Mikhail Gorbachev's differing interpretation of what Reagan offered noted. Ea. leader's perception of arms control proposals outlined. [KAMPELMAN - considers present anti-ballistic missile imbalance unacceptable.] [In Iceland, Secretary of State George SHULTZ - notes President's proposal is as Gorbachev interprets it.]

(Moscow, USSR : David Andelman) Effect of Kremlin's pull-out of all Soviet workers from United States embassy here on embassy functions noted illustrated by diplomacy Michael Matera acting as coat checker for visiting Nobel Peace Prize winner Elie Wiesel; details given, scenes shown. [DIPL. - expects inconvenience now.] [Gennady GERASIMOV - hopes expulsion game ends.]

Andelman, David;
Martin, David;
Rather, Dan

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