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Turkey, Greece / Peace Negotiations #477863

NBC Evening News for Monday, Jul 22, 1974
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(Studio) British government announces Greece and Turkey agree to send delegate to Geneva, Switzerland, to negotiate peace settlement in Cyprus.
REPORTER: Edwin Newman

(Ankara, Turkey) Cyprus peace fragile. [US ambassador to Turkey, William MACOMBER believes Cyprus cease-fire near at hand; announcement gratifying.] [Turkish Prime Min. Bulent ECEVIT - announces cease-fire. Turkish presence on Cyprus irreversibly established.] Secretary of State Henry Kissinger negotiated cease-fire.
REPORTER: Liz Trotta

(Studio) Kissinger believes cease-fire will stick. Kissinger meets with Cyprus' deposed president Archbishop Makarios.
REPORTER: Edwin Newman

(DC) [KISSINGER - says United States responsible for cease-fire.] Both describe mtg. useful and instructive. Kissinger and Makarios to meet again next week
REPORTER: Richard Valeriani

(Studio) United Nations Security Council agrees to send more United Nations soldiers to police cease-fire.
REPORTER: Edwin Newman

Newman, Edwin;
Trotta, Liz;
Valeriani, Richard

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