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Carters / Latin American Trip / Foreign Policy #48817

ABC Evening News for Monday, May 30, 1977
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(Studio) President Carter talks with regard to foreign policy to newsmen and Mrs. Carter leaves for 7-nation tour of Latin American
REPORTER: Barbara Walters

(Saint Simons Island, Georgia) [CARTER - says it's opportunity to strengthen ties with south neighbors.] [Mrs. CARTER - wants it to be valuable to ntns. she visits.] After Mrs. Carter leaves, President talks of foreign policy with reporters at Brunswick, Georgia, airport. [CARTER - has had no indication yet of Castro's desire to want better relations with US; expects some soon.] USSR leader Brezhnev has criticized Strategic Arms Limitation Talks (SALT) movement [CARTER - explains own optimism due to changes in USSR attitude between Moscow meeting and recent conf. between Vance and Gromyko.] Concern of aides, with regard to Brezhnev remarks, noted.
REPORTER: David Garcia

Garcia, David;
Walters, Barbara

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