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Vietnam / Paris Peace Talks #461415

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Nov 16, 1972
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(Studio) President Nixon confers with Secretary of State Rogers on Vietnam at Camp David, MD. Henry Kissinger to meet with President tomorrow. North Vietnam's Le Duc Tho in Russia, en route to Paris, France.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Paris, France) Statements made at public peace talks said meaningless. North Vietnam's Xuan Thuy wants no change in peace agreement already negotiated. South Vietnam's Nguyen Xuan Phong repeats South Vietnam objections to accord. [American Ambassador William PORTER - says tone better.] Kissinger-Tho private meeting expected to yield results. [US spokesperson David LAHBERTSON - says public talks used as forum for public posturing.] North Vietnam spokesperson says South Vietnam may join private negotiations.
REPORTER: Lloyd Dobyns

Reporter(s):
Chancellor, John;
Dobyns, Lloyd
Duration:
00:02:00

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