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Vietnam / Peace Talks #461875

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Dec 14, 1972
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(Studio) Kissinger consults with Nixon in Washington, DC after returning from Paris talks. White House denies it's backing peace proposal of South Vietnam President Thieu. North Vietnam announces Le Duc Tho returning Hanoi.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Paris, France) North Vietnam's Nguyen Minh Vy and Madame Binh of Viet Cong accuse United States of bad faith; demand October peace accord be signed. United States delegate Heyward Isham replaces Ambassador Porter at today's meeting Porter meets with Xuan Thuy tomorrow in private talks. [US spokesperson David LAMBERTSON - says believes peace can be achieved.] French For. Min. Maurice Schumann warns reporters not to be excessively pessimistic.
REPORTER: Lloyd Dobyns

(White House) News Secretary Ronald Ziegler says Nixon's meeting with Kissinger and Haig relates to negotiations with North Vietnam. Otherwise no comment on talks.
REPORTER: Richard Valeriani

Chancellor, John;
Dobyns, Lloyd;
Valeriani, Richard

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