NBC Evening News for Friday, Oct 29, 1971
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(Studio) People's Republic of China, cables United Nations they'll send delegation soon. They want Taiwan expelled from all United Nations related groups like WHO and World Bank. Executive bd. of UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization) votes to expel Ntlists. and recognize Communists Acting foreign min. Chi Peng-fei reported to head delegation.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(NYC) Other names listed as possible delegation members are Dep. For. Min. Chiao Kuan-hua and 2nd man could be Peking's ambassador to Canada, Huang Hua. Chinese may want to take point in debate on strengthening international security. USSR resolution in committee says peace threats came from violations of United Nations charter and use of force. American action in Indo-China and Middle E. criticized. Chinese may come next week; not interested in taking over rotating president of security council
REPORTER: Pauline Frederick