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Mideast Developments / Peace Talks #496940

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 07, 1978
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(Studio) Israeli Prime Min. Menahem Begin's trip to Canada to meet with Prime Min. Pierre Trudeau noted. Begin's proposal to United Nations that 5 permanent members of Security Council have veto power over any future withdrawal of peacekeeping forces in Sinai Peninsula stated. Contd. Egyptian-Israeli treaty negotiations reported
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Ottawa, Canada) Begin's mtgs. with Canadians outlined. [BEGIN - says real progress has been made in peace talks and that though not all problems have been solved, there is draft treaty.] Begin's mtgs. with Trudeau mentioned; his comments on interim arrangements of forces in Sinai stated. [BEGIN - outlines plans for Egyptian and Israeli forces in Sinai, beginning with line along Suez Canal.]

(DC) Israeli government officials' reservations in discussing treaty talks noted; comments of deputy prime minister Yigal Yadin given. Remaining points of negotiation described. Necessity for both Egyptian and Israeli govts. to approve treaty before signing by Anwar Sadat and Begin stated. Sharing of Nobel Prize for Peace by 2 leaders mentioned.
REPORTER: Steve Delaney

Chancellor, John;
Delaney, Steve;
Scott, Jim

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