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Mideast Peace / Hussein / Sadat / Shah #510968

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 17, 1980
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(Studio) Opposition to Camp David agreement by Jordan's King Hussein and his White House reception today noted.
REPORTER: David Brinkley

(DC) Hussein's past relationship with United States and his current distance due to Camp David accords cited; formal reception for Hussein and Queen Noor today featured. Films shown. [President CARTER - notes complexity in peace process.] [HUSSEIN - comments on mutual commitment to same goals and objectives.] Apparent conflicts between Carter and Hussein approaches to Mideast outlined; senior White House official quoted with regard to atmosphere in leaders's mtgs.
REPORTER: John Palmer

(Studio) President Anwar Sadat's assessment of Carter's hopes for involving Hussein in the peace talks reported.
REPORTER: David Brinkley

(Alexandria, Egypt) [SADAT - comments on Hussein's denouncement of peace process, allegedly for financial support from other Arab ntns.] Sadat's meeting with Israel ambassador Eliahu Ben-Elissar considered; Sadat's perception of efforts to get Israel-Egypt autonomy talks underway noted.
REPORTER: Dianne Wildman

(Studio) Shah's health reported.
REPORTER: David Brinkley

Brinkley, David;
Palmer, John;
Wildman, Dianne

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