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(Studio) At California White House President meets with Chinese Ambassador Huang Chen.
REPORTER: Garrick Utley
(California White House) President wants help from China in working out settlement in Cambodia. President adviser Henry Kissinger to visit Peking, China, where exiled Prince Sihanouk lives. Help needed from China in persuading Sihanouk to negotiate with Kissinger on Cambodian settlement. [KISSINGER - says all countries with Indochina involvements that practice restraint in Cambodian matter will make contribution.] President talked with Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev during visit. Hopes diplomacy brings settlement before US bombing halt in Cambodia on August 15.
REPORTER: Richard Valeriani
- Utley, Garrick;
- Valeriani, Richard
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