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NBC Evening News for Friday, May 30, 1975
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(Brussels, Belgium) President' heavy itinerary for day incls. mtgs. with Britain's Harold Wilson, and other leaders
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Brussels, Belgium) During 2-day stay here, Mr. Ford meets with 13 foreign leaders; Secretary of State Henry Kissinger present at all mtgs. Many cntrys. surprised President Ford conts. to push for Spain's mbrship. in NATO. Major issues of NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) summit still unresolved, but White House officials believe other West leaders now have much higher regard for President Ford.
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw

(Brussels, Belgium) 1 of bitterest problems in NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) involves Turkish and Greek dispute over Cyprus. In mtgs. with both prime mins., President Ford warns each against military action.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Brussels, Belgium) Representatives of Greece and Turkey meet at NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) headqtrs. today to discuss Cyprus and other disputed issues; meeting in preparation for tomorrow's talks between Turkish Prime Min. Caramanlis and Greek head Demirelationship [CARAMANLIS - says United States involvement in problem has been useful. [DEMIREL - says Greece full of good intentions for meeting with Caramanlis.] If meeting goes well, President expected to try and convince Congress to life trade embargo on military aid to Turkey.
REPORTER: Richard Valeriani

Reporter(s):
Brokaw, Tom;
Chancellor, John;
Valeriani, Richard
Duration:
00:03:30

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