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Mideast / Israel / Rockefeller Trip #481972

NBC Evening News for Friday, Mar 28, 1975
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(Studio) Israel Ambassador Simcha Dinitz denies that Secretary of State Henry Kissinger's inability to get agreement between Egypt and Israel on Sinai withdrawal is result of Israeli inflexibility. Says Israel felt Egypt stopped negotiating. Vice President Nelson Rockefeller reported to Ford after trip to Riyadh, Saudi Arabia,to express United States regrets at King Faisal's death.
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw

(Riyadh, Saudi Arabia) President Anwar Sadat delays trip home to meet with Rockefeller.
REPORTER: Charles Quinn

(Aboard Air Force 2) [ROCKEFELLER - says he thought there'd be pessimism due to breakdown in talks. There is feeling of faith, confidence, urgency, hope and durability if United States preserves leadership position.]
REPORTER: Charles Quinn

(DC) President and Vice President talk. Sources confirm administration grows impatient with Israel.
REPORTER: Charles Quinn

Brokaw, Tom;
Quinn, Charles

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