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Cancun Summit #513500

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Oct 18, 1981
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(Studio) President Reagan and Francois Mitterrand noted among world leaders attending next week's North-S. summit in Cancun, Mexico; details given.
REPORTER: Jane Pauley

(Cancun, Mexico) Importance of summit to Mexico examined; films shown. President Jose Lopez Portillo's role as mediator with President Fidel Castro and Vice President George Bush noted. [PORTILLO - (thru translator) cites disparity between North and South] [For. minister Jorge CASTANEDA - calls for open attitude to Third World by United States.] Mexico's criticism of United States military aid to El Salvador and exclusion of Cuba from proposed aid plan for Central America outlined.
REPORTER: Robin Lloyd

Lloyd, Robin;
Pauley, Jane

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