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Mideast Developments / Peace Talks #496735

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 21, 1978
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(Studio) Details given about Israeli cabinet approval of United States compromise to Camp David peace agreements with Egypt; conflict over future of west bank and Gaza Strip outlined.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Jerusalem, Israel) [Israeli Prime Min. Menahem BEGIN - says Egypt's latest proposals aren't compatible with Camp David agreement and aren't acceptable to Israel.] Begin's explanation of Israeli opposition to timetable for Palestinian autonomy in west bank and Gaza, made to visiting US state legislature, noted. [BEGIN - says autonomy can't be forced on people, must be agreed to.] Begin's report that he's talked to President Carter, who said he'll talk to Egyptian President Anwar Sadat, stated. Indications that some bargaining may take place when Begin and Sadat accept Nobel Peace Prize in Oslo, mentioned.
REPORTER: Hilary Brown

(Studio) Egyptian government study of Israeli action noted. Chief Egyptian negotiator's recall from Washington, DC to Cairo to discuss situation reported.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

Reporter(s):
Brown, Hilary;
Chancellor, John
Duration:
00:02:00

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