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Vietnam / Nixon Talk / Peace Talks #3248

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Nov 06, 1969
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(Studio) Hanoi radio answers President Nixon's Vietnam speech by calling for unconditional withdrawal of all American troops, and end to support of South Vietnam.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(Paris, France) Peace Talks resume for 1st time after President' speech. [Ambassador Henry Cabot LODGE - says my job is to get negotiated settlement.] North Vietnam not concerned about Lodge's possible retirement. [North Vietnam Spokesperson Xuan THUY - says we'll talk of President Nixon's speech (translated).] Thuy accuses United States of breaking word by telling of secret mtgs. between US-North Vietnam. Lodge warns of incrd. fighting or infiltration.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds narrates

Reynolds, Frank

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