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Syria, Israel #476748

NBC Evening News for Thursday, May 02, 1974
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(Studio) More fighting occurs between Syria and Israel; details given. Secretary State Henry Kissinger arrives in Israel for talks aimed at ending fighting.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Jerusalem, Israel) Israel becomes incringly. anxious about US, Egyptian relations [KISSINGER - states he'll discuss security, not concessions.] Mr. and Mrs. Kissinger lunch with prime Min. Golda Meir. Sources say Israel prepared to give up Quneitra now; negotiations tough.
REPORTER: Richard Valeriani

(Studio) Israel may be willing to pull back behind 1967 lines in Golan Heights, if Syrians serious about disengagement. Cease-fire in Golan Heights necessary if indirect negotiations to continue
REPORTER: John Chancellor

Chancellor, John;
Valeriani, Richard

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