NBC Evening News for Monday, Oct 10, 1977
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(Studio) Is reported that United States and Israel have made agreement with regard to settlements on west bank; United States won't criticize settlements and new Israeli government will refrain from authorizing mo-re settlements than those already approved by former Rabin government Syria says it will boycott any peace conference without PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) representatives and Israeli foreign minister Dayan says at United Nations that some low-level PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) members would be allowed.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(New York City) Dayan says Israel won't consider Palestinian state. [DAYAN - says Israel will go to Geneva only on basis of United Nations Resolution 242, which doesn't include anything that would lead to self-determination for Palestinians. Says Israel won't accept it.] Dayan legal adviser reads statement from Israeli government setting forth provisions on which any peace treaty must be negotiated; these are that Israel's borders must be secure, its ships must be guaranteed rights to sail all international waterways incl. Suez Canal and Strait of Tehran, its water sources must be secure, reference to headwaters of Jordan River, which arise in Lebanon and Syria, and that Israelis and Palestinians must be guaranteed equal rights and coexistence in Gaza Strip and west bank. Arab diplomats won't comment publicly; private remarks noted.
REPORTER: Richard Hunt
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