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US-USSR Relations / Gromyko #534286

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Oct 06, 1984
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(Studio) USSR foreign minister Andrei Gromyko's assessment of recent mtgs. with President Reagan, outlined during speech in East Germany, quoted.
REPORTER: Connie Chung

(E. Berlin, East Germany) Gromyko's remarks to E. German conference examined; films shown. [GROMYKO - (thru translator) accuses United States of continuing arms race with space-based weapons.] Gromyko's presence here said to help President Erich Honecker observe East Germany's World War II memorials; USSR 's recent pressure on Honecker not to make historic trip to West Germany recalled. [HONECKER - (thru translator) cites bonds with USSR .] Change in Reagan's anti-Soviet rhetoric lately recalled; number E. German refugees seeking asylum in West Germany's Prague, Czechoslovakia, embassy mentioned.
REPORTER: Phil Bremen

Bremen, Phil;
Chung, Connie

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