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President' European Trip / Brussels #482944

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, May 28, 1975
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(Studio) President Ford begins European trip with stopover in Brussels.

(Brussels, Belgium) Belgium King Baudouin and Queen greet President Ford and Mrs. Ford. Belgium Prime Min. Leo Tindemans, Secretary General NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) Joseph Luns and Secretary of State Henry Kissinger also present to greet President Ford. [President FORD - wants NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) colleagues and European people to know great alliance remains very strong. NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) cornerstone of United States foreign policy.] Later President and Tindemans to meet privately and discuss YF-16 fighter plane. Tomorrow, Mr. Ford to consider 3 problem areas in talks: Greece, Turkey, Portugal.
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw

(Studio) Portugal's Prime Min. Vasco de Goncalves says Portugal to remain member of NATO.

Brokaw, Tom;
Hart, John

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