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Kissinger / United Nations / Africa #45545

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Sep 30, 1976
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(Studio) Henry Kissinger tells United Nations it's time for new Mideast peace move, with Geneva-type conference USSR -US relations main concern, especially with regard to southern Africa.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

(NYC) Kissinger views USSR arms buildup and actions in Africa as undesirable selective detente. [KISSINGER - laments tensions caused by USSR attitude toward peaceful settlements. To be resisted.] Andrei Gromyko earlier rapped shuttle diplomacy, perversion of African ntlsm. [KISSINGER - denies United States after gains in southern Africa, laments creation of racial conflict.] Kissinger foresees solutions in Rhodesia and Southwest Africa. Fear that USSR will back radicals to block negotiations noted. Kissinger warns both USSR and Africans.
REPORTER: Barrie Dunsmore

Dunsmore, Barrie;
Smith, Howard K.

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