NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jun 11, 1972
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(Studio) High level visit to far east will end next week, others will begin in Paris, France, a DC. Congress will debate United States-Soviet agreements. REPORTER: Edwin Newman
(DC) Senator will discuss United States-Soviet Strategic Arms Limitation Talks (SALT) treaty. House will vote on Fed. revenue sharing with states. Senator to debate foreign aid and Mansfield amendment to cut off money for war. Richard Kloindienst will be sworn in as Attorney General; George Shultz as Secretary Treasury
REPORTER: Ron Nessen
(Los Angeles, California) Mexican President Luis Echevarria to visit President Nixon to discuss making Mexico equal partner with 7 West American states in sharing water from Colorado River Mariner 9 sends more pictures from Mars. Some will be released from Pasadena, California, space laboratory In L.A., Federal Judge Matt Byrne studies Daniel Ellsburg-pentagon Papers Case.
REPORTER: Roy Neal
(Paris, France) Soviet For. Min. Gromyko to visit French For. Min. to discuss effects of United States-Sow. summit on Europe. In London,England,International Air Line Pilots Association protests against ntns. harboring skyjackers. In Stockholm, Sweden, world conference on environmental ends with United States condemned for Vietnam bombing.
REPORTER: Bernard Kaplan
(Tokyo, Japan) Henry Kissinger will end mission to Japan. Japanese diet recesses; P. Min. Sato may resign. British-French supersonic transport Concorde to take Japanese officials for flights to sell then on plane. In South Korea, Asian and Pacific Cnsl. to hold ministry meeting
REPORTER: John Rich