NBC Evening News for Monday, Apr 11, 1977
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(Studio) Senator George McGovern has news conference with regard to talk with Fidel Castro.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(DC) McGovern's report of talk with Castro cited. [McGOVERN - says Castro won't extend anti-hijack agreement unless United States moves to lift trade embargo; notes Castro has said no Cuban troops in Uganda or Zaire and Angola involvement not pattern to be repeated; Castro also said once trade with United States develops foreign policy will be affected by possible effects to that trade.] Castro says partial embargo lift for now, enough to make him extend anti-hijack agreement; McGovern wants either Congress or President to act now, but it's unlikely before expiration on Friday
REPORTER: Robert Bazell