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Mideast Peace Developments / Begin Interview #503253

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 13, 1979
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(Jerusalem, Israel) President Carter's departure from Israel for Cairo meeting with Anwar Sadat and Begin-Sadat acceptance of American proposals reported [Menahem BEGIN - responds to anchor's questions with regard to Knesset, treaty, resignation.] Carter noted en route to DC.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Ben Gurion Airport, Israel) Carter-Begin breakfast meeting in King David Hotel reported; film shown. Carter's airport speech quoted with regard to remaining issues. [CARTER - comments.] [BEGIN - comments.] Film shown.
REPORTER: Hilary Brown

(Cairo, Egypt) Carter's arrival in Cairo and meeting with Sadat reported; film shown. Carter-Begin telephone conversation cited. [CARTER - announces Sadat's acceptance of proposals.] Oil and autonomy of west bank and Gaza Strip noted as key factors in treaty.
REPORTER: John Dancy

(Studio) Demonstrations on west bank with regard to treaty noted, include actions by Gush Emunim.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Ramallah, West Bank) Presence of PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) flag on school in Ramallah noted. Demonstration by group wanting Palestinian homeland reported, shown; details with regard to casualties of recent protests given.
REPORTER: Rick Davis

(Studio) Israeli reaction to United States media coverage of events stated.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

Brown, Hilary;
Chancellor, John;
Dancy, John;
Davis, Rick

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