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(Studio) Poland's deputy prime minister Mieczyslaw Rakowski reported announcing ban on public demonstrations and strikes for next few years; details given.
REPORTER: Chris Wallace
(DC) Possible easing of President Reagan's hard line toward Poland, imposed following establishment of martial law regime, examined; gradual lifting of sanctions against Poland said following reopening of United States-USSR talks on long- term Soviet grain deal. Details of sanctions recalled, outlined on screen; reaction of West German Chancellor Helmut Kohl remembered. Issue of Pope John Paul II's scheduled visit to Poland next month and martial law regime's response discussed.
REPORTER: Marvin Kalb
- Kalb, Marvin;
- Wallace, Chris
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