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European Security Conference #484071

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 30, 1975
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(Studio) President Ford and Soviet Communist party leader Leonid Brezhnev meet. Ford reports constructive talks with regard to arms limit.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Helsinki, Finland) United States and USSR probe each other on ways to verify number of warhds. on each others' missiles. [FORD - says talks' atmosphere was constructive, buslike. and very friendly. Sure of more progress Saturday] [BREZHNEV - (translated) wants all ntns. of Europe to live in peace with ea. other and not interfere in each other's domestic issues.] E. speaks of security of borders; West says conference just start; Soviet goodwill being put to test. [Britain P. Min. Harold WILSON - says document won't affect tensions and insecurities of Europe. It representatives more than desire for relations to be set on new course. It's start of new chapter in history of Europe.] Finland hosts dinner for leaders
REPORTER: John Dancy

Chancellor, John;
Dancy, John

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