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NATO Visit / American-Europe Ties / Arms Talks #444348

NBC Evening News for Monday, Feb 24, 1969
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(Studio) Nixon spends 2 1/2 hrs. at NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) headquarters in Brussels.
REPORTER: Chet Huntley

(Brussels, Belgium) Nixon walks with NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) Secretary General Manlio Brosio upon arrival. Secretary of State William Rogers and President Assistant Henry Kissinger accompany Nixon. Nixon meets 15 permanent NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) members Frenchman serves on council even though De Gaulle kicked NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) out in 1966. [NIXON - seeking ways to keep American-Europe relationship in tune with times. United States to enter discussion with USSR affecting NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) ntns. United States to consult with Allies. Expect allies' advice.] Nixon welcome here.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Studio) In Pvt. NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) session, Nixon believed to have discussed political rather than military affairs. Talked of US-USSR disarmament talks.
REPORTER: Chet Huntley

Chancellor, John;
Huntley, Chet

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