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Vietnam / Paris Peace Talks #461765

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Nov 09, 1972
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(Studio) At Paris peace Talks, North Vietnam say peace is not for tomorrow. Americans predict final round of negotiations soon. North Vietnam negotiator Le Duc Tho is in Hanoi, Henry Kissinger is with President in Florida.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Paris, France) North Vietnam wants peace agreement signed: United States wants 1 more private negotiation. [American Ambassador William PORTER - says United States delegation invigorated by President' massive victory, am endorsement for his Vietnam policy. Feels peace perceptibly nearer with each passing day.] Viet Cong and North Vietnam complain about increase in shipments of United States arms to South Vietnam in advance of cease-fire. NVNs' Nguyen Minh Vy says peace is not for tomorrow.
REPORTER: Lloyd Dobyns

Reporter(s):
Chancellor, John;
Dobyns, Lloyd
Duration:
00:02:20

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