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NBC Evening News for Friday, Oct 29, 1971
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(Studio) Brezhnev and President Georges Pompidou agree to expand area of consultation on foreign affairs. Brezhnev more aware of personal appearance in his diplomatic role.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Flins, France) Brezhnev visits Renault Company 70% Renault workers belong to Communist labor party Brezhnev gets new car. In pre-recorded message of thanks to French, Brezhnev appears on TV.
REPORTER: Aline Saarinen

(Paris, France) President Georges Pompidou won't agree to strong friendship treaty with USSR ; doesn't want to disrupt relations with Atlantic allies. Pompidou wants European Security Conf. limited to political questions, not military
REPORTER: Aline Saarinen

Chancellor, John;
Saarinen, Aline

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