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Mideast / Peace Talks #491872

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Dec 22, 1977
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(Studio) Report from Israeli state radio that quick settlement with regard to Sinai could be reached on Christmas Day, according to some top Egyptian officials' beliefs, noted, along with statements of some government sources in Egypt that Israeli position will be more flexible than previously indicated. Prime Min. Begin's scheduled meeting with President Sadat on Sunday mentioned; Israeli cabinet's approval of Begin's peace plan reported.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Jerusalem, Israel) Details of cabinet mins.' views on plan and eventual approval of it. [BEGIN - says agreement may happen at Ismailia or may take mos. Says there's hope for reaching agreement on all subjects] 3 main points probable in Israeli peace plan with Egypt listed, include Sinai territory and arrangements at Sharm el Sheikh and Rafah.
REPORTER: Hilary Brown

Brown, Hilary;
Chancellor, John

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