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Camp David Accords / Anniversary #509465

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Mar 23, 1980
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(Studio) Next Wednesday noted 1st anniversary of signing of Camp David peace accords; President Carter's White House celebration today noted.
REPORTER: Jessica Savitch

(DC) Focus of today's celebration noted avoiding recent Israeli cabinet decision with regard to Hebron. [CARTER - addresses crowd.] Carter's remarks re: upcoming talks on Palestinian autonomy outlined; remarks by Egyptian amb. Ashraf Ghorbal and Israeli ambassador Ephraim Evron cited. [CARTER - comments on domestic pols. and Camp David.] Today's celebration of Carter's foreign policy success noted coming just before Ny primary; details given.
REPORTER: Bill Lynch

Savitch, Jessica;
Lynch, Bill

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