NBC Evening News for Friday, May 26, 1978
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(Studio) Upcoming arms control and disarmament talks between United States and USSR noted. USSR foreign minister Gromyko's address to United Nations disarmament conference reported President Carter's remarks on USSR actions in Africa mentioned.
REPORTER: David Brinkley
(New York City) Details given about Gromyko's speech, made en route to talk with Carter about Strategic Arms Limitation Talks (SALT). [GROMYKO - (thru interpreter) states Soviet position on reaching Strategic Arms Limitation Talks (SALT) agreement soon.] Foreign minister's comments on United States chgs. about Soviet buildup in Europe and about United States neutron bomb development reported Response of American official to Gromyko's remarks on Strategic Arms Limitation Talks (SALT) stated.
REPORTER: Richard Hunt
(Studio) United States proposed 5-yr. nuclear test ban, to be presented to USSR and Britain, noted. Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing on test ban proposal and SALT, with testimony by Secretary of State and chief United States arms negotiator, reported.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(DC) Details of testimony by Secretary of State Vance and arms negotiator Paul Warnke given. [WARNKE - discusses test ban proposal.] Possible Senator opposition to test ban and to Strategic Arms Limitation Talks (SALT), latter due to Soviet action in Africa, noted. [VANCE - doesn't think Strategic Arms Limitation Talks (SALT) should be linked to other Soviet actions.] Gromyko's arrival in Washington, DC noted.
REPORTER: Ford Rowan
(Studio) Canada's plans to take Royal Canadian Air Force planes with nuclear capabilities off line reported.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
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