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Carter / NATO Meeting / Departure #48489

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, May 10, 1977
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(London, England) During trip, Carter talked to leaders of 6 other industry ntns., went to Geneva for talk with Syrian leader with regard to Mid-East peace and meets with NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) foreign mins. today.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(London, England) After fanfare, Britain's Prime Min. Callaghan welcomes new president of "Brazil," who's really new president of Portugal. At Lancaster House meeting Carter says he favors mutual reduction of forces with USSR , but if can't be done, United States will continue strong support for NATO; also pledges to buy more NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) military equipment from member ntns. Callaghan later wishes Carter farewell. [CALLAGHAN - believes Carter's proving true leader of West world.] [CARTER - feels better with regard to prospects for Mid. East peace than ever before; notes mtgs. with Hussein, Sadat and Assad have been productive, will meet with Prince Fahd later in month and with new Israeli leader after elections there.] Carter entourage feels trip is success.
REPORTER: Sam, Donaldson

(London, England) Upcoming reports noted.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(Studio) Carter to report to public on trip, via news conference on Thursday
REPORTER: Barbara Walters

Donaldson, Sam,;
Reasoner, Harry;
Walters, Barbara

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