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US-USSR Relations / Reporters / Trade / Ginzburg #500027

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 05, 1978
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(Studio) "New York Times" reporter Craig Whitney's return to United States from USSR for vacation, in midst of legal proceedings against self and "Baltimore Sun" reporter Harold Piper in USSR , reported White House review of passes for 4 Soviet journalists noted.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(DC) White House statement about meeting given. Appearance of United States warning to USSR in wake of recent Soviet harassment of American reporters and busman. in Moscow described. ["Izvestia" reporter, Melor STURUA - describes meeting as friendly; wasn't threatened or asked to give up White House pass.] [Tass reporter Vitaly GAN - sees no connection with Whitney and Piper case.]
REPORTER: John Dancy

(Studio) Soviet Premier Alexei Kosygin's statements to Sup. Soviet about US-USSR trade reported Sovs. refusal to accept United States requirement that more Jewish emigration be allowed in return for more United States trade noted. Upcoming trial for Soviet dissident Alexander Ginzburg mentioned.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

Chancellor, John;
Dancy, John

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