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Cuba-USSR #454502

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 27, 1971
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(Studio) Soviet Premier Aleksei North Kosygin and Fidel Castro begin talks; to discuss Nixon's visit to USSR . Kosygin will probably assure Castro of Moscow's continued support.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Havana, Cuba) Kosygin's welcome enthusiastic; gets state reception. Workers and children have day off. Kosygin wants to assure that US-USSR detente won't come at expense of Soviet allies; wants to keep Castro cool in dealings with other Latin American cntrys. USSR also wants to counter influence of People's Republic of China
REPORTER: Tom Leach (Canadian Broadcasting Corp.)

Chancellor, John;
Leach, Tom

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