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Central American Peace Plan #317220

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Aug 23, 1987
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(Studio: Charles Osgood) Report introduced.

(Caracas, Venezuela: Victoria Corderi) Contd. conference here of Central American foreign mins. to further develop regional peace plan focusing on Nicaragua and El Salvador examined; mins.' meeting with nonaligned ntns., include Cuba and Zimbabwe, noted. Scenes shown. Guatemalan foreign minister quoted on yesterday's expressions of support by UN, Organization of American States and Latin America. Conf.'s accomplishments and remaining problems listed on screen, discussed. [Costa Rican foreign minister Rodrigo MADRIGAL NIETO - is hopeful.]

Corderi, Victoria;
Osgood, Charles

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