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Egyptian Violations / Cease-Fire Agreement #481586

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 05, 1975
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(Studio) Israeli military and intelligence sources say Egypt violating cease-fire agreement along Suez Canal.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Israeli-occupied Sinai) Neither army supposed to be at full strength near United Nations positions in Sinai, but Egyptians systematically violating agreement by bringing in more artillery pieces than allowed in limited forces area. Recently, new Egyptian infantry division moves into position to move across Sinai quickly. Israel feels militarily secure. Essentially, new negotiations to center around Mitla, Giddi Passes. Israelis say area negotiable for right kind of concessions. Once Henry Kissinger begins talks, atmosphere of mistrust likely to hurt negotiations.
REPORTER: Steve Delaney

Reporter(s):
Chancellor, John;
Delaney, Steve
Duration:
00:02:30

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