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Middle East / Peace / Baker Trip / Israel / Bush In Turkey #339347

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jul 21, 1991
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(Studio: Edie Magnus) Report introduced.

(Jerusalem: Bill Plante) Secretary of State James Baker's trip to Israel to try to convince Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir to accept Middle East peace conference featured; scenes shown of the two men together. [BAKER - comments.] Shamir's suspicion of a secret US- Syrian deal and his refusal to trade land for peace noted. [Knesset member Geula COHEN, housing minister Ariel SHARON - comment.] [Earlier, Jordan's King HUSSEIN - answers question.] Option under consideration of having President Bush and President Mikhail Gorbachev announce a peace conference at their summit next week with or without Israel's consent mentioned.

(Studio: Edie Magnus) Report introduced.

(Istanbul: Susan Spencer) Bush's tour of Turkey with President Turgut Ozal featured; scenes shown from Istanbul, Turkey. [BUSH - feels that Israel will realize the time for peace is at hand; restates US policy against settlements in the Israeli-occupied territories.] Bush's stated preference for foreign affairs mentioned.

Magnus, Edie;
Plante, Bill;
Spencer, Susan

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