NBC Evening News for Friday, Nov 25, 1983
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(Studio) Continue USSR response to United States deployment of new nuclear missiles in West Europe examined. [USSR ambassador to United Nations Richard OVINNIKOV - fears United States course dooms world to brink of nuclear war.] President Yuri Andropov's pledge to deploy new missiles in retaliation for United States deployment recalled; deputy press secretary Larry Speakes' statement on willingness of United States to resume arms tacks with Soviets mentioned. NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) reaction to suspension of talks reported Chancellor Helmut Kohl and President Francois Mitterrand mentioned both appealing to USSR to resume talks; Mitterrand's support of West Germany decision to accept new Pershing II missiles cited.
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw
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