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Vietnam / Peace Talks #461849

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 13, 1972
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(Studio) Current round of Vietnam peace talks ends without apparent agreement. Kissinger returns United States to consult with Nixon. Le Duc Tho remains Paris, France. Technical experts both sides remain Paris.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Neuilly, France) Dep. For. Min. North Vietnam Nguyen Ko Thuk receives message a talks with Le Duc Tho. Contents of message unknown. Mtg. lasts 6 hrs. [KISSINGER - says he and Le Duc Tho will remain in contact and decide when and if another meeting necessary. Meanwhile Ambs. Sullivan and Porter will remain in Paris and meet with technical experts of both sides.]
REPORTER: Lloyd Dobyns

(Studio) President Thieu of South Vietnam wants agreement to make it clear North Vietnam troops in South Vietnam illegally.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(White House) South Vietnam wants recognition in settlement that South Vietnam controls all territory it controlled before war. President Thieu wants settlement to stress illegality of North Vietnam troops in South Vietnam. North Vietnam opposes this strongly.
REPORTER: Richard Valeriani

Reporter(s):
Chancellor, John;
Dobyns, Lloyd;
Valeriani, Richard
Duration:
00:04:50

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