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European Economy Community Conference / Mideast #510930

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jun 15, 1980
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(Studio) President Carter's preparation for upcoming European Econ. Community mtg. covering broad range of issues noted.
REPORTER: Jessica Savitch

(DC) Carter's participation in Venice conference next week reported preceded state visit to Italy and meeting with Pope John Paul II; details given of his post-summit itinerary. Issues to be discussed listed; congress defeat of Carter's efforts to impose oil import fee recalled.
REPORTER: John Palmer

(Studio) Israel and PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) reported both denouncing EEC plan for reviving peace talks; details given.
REPORTER: Jessica Savitch

(Tel Aviv, Israel) Prime Min. Menahem Begin's rejection of European proposal examined. [BEGIN - compares statement with World War II Munich Pact.] His response to European offers of security and criticism of his resettlement policies outlined; probable basis of Begin's trip to settlement of Maale Adumim on the occupied west bank considered. Details given, films shown.
REPORTER: Arthur Kent

(Studio) Egyptian support for EEC initiative detailed.
REPORTER: Jessica Savitch

Kent, Arthur;
Palmer, John;
Savitch, Jessica

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