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Nixon China Trip/World Reaction #462695

NBC Evening News for Monday, Feb 28, 1972
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(Studio) Soviet newspaper "Tass" reports Nixon has left China. South Vietnam government claims Chinese-US statement said nothing new. North Vietnam holds communique has nothing to do with ending war. In Japan, P. Min. Sato says Taiwan belongs to P.R. of China. In Taiwan, Sato's announcement aroused feelings of President Chiang Kai-shek's government Taiwan issues statement rejecting role of China-American deal in Taiwan's future.
REPORTER: Garrick Utley

(Taipei, Taiwan) President Nixon and Premier Chou En-lai's communique shocked officials in Taiwan, especially United States statement agreeing with Peking that Taiwan is part of China and problems should be worked out by Chinese themselves without United States interference.
REPORTER: Phil Brady

(Tokyo, Japan) United States assistant Secretary of State Marshall Green visits Tokyo and other Asian countries to explain developments resulting from Nixon's China trip.
REPORTER: Jack Perkins

Reporter(s):
Brady, Phil;
Perkins, Jack;
Utley, Garrick
Duration:
00:03:00

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