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Kissinger / Peace Mission In Shambles #481880

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Mar 23, 1975
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(Studio) Secretary of State Henry Kissinger flying back to Mid. E.; 16 day peace mission now in shambles. Kissinger to go directly to White House for meeting with President Ford. During stopover in London, it was learned Kissinger convinced his mission over; next step is reopening of talks in Geneva, Switzerland.
REPORTER: Tom Snyder

(Tel Aviv, Israel) Kissinger spends last morning visiting former Prime Min. Golda Meir. Kissinger makes no statements of optimism at airport. [KISSINGER - conveys strain and exhaustion in departing statement at airport.] [Prime Min. Yitzhak RABIN - says Israel willing to give back oil field and 2 key passes but Egypt refused to sign pact of nonbelligerency.]
REPORTER: Steve Delaney

(Sinai Desert) Potential for renewed fighting in Sinai now being taken seriously.
REPORTER: Steve Delaney

(Studio) Egyptian For. Min. Fahmy calls situation very dim. During Kissinger's 16 days, Richard Valeriani with him.
REPORTER: Tom Snyder

(Israel) Egypt's and Israel's reasoning behind their stands on peace provisions outlined. American officials see no chance for negotiations to be revived.
REPORTER: Richard Valeriani

Delaney, Steve;
Snyder, Tom;
Valeriani, Richard

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