NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 12, 1969
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(Studio) US-Sweden relations not good. Sweden to give $45 million aid to North Vietnam over next 3 years American deserter, refused asylum in Denmark, turns up in Sweden. P. Min. Olaf Palme says no change in his criticism of United States role in Vietnam.
REPORTER: Chet Huntley
(Sweden) At Social Democrat regional meeting, Palme stood up for right to criticize Washington, DC or any super-power. Not concerned over lack of United States Ambassador Youngest head government in Europe. Approach is idealism mixed with practicality. [PALME - says neutrality doesn't condemn us to be quiet. Cites Sweden's protest against human rights infringement. Comments on past relations with North Vietnam.]
REPORTER: Alan Simon
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