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US-Nicaragua Relations #534289

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Oct 06, 1984
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(Studio) Nicaraguan junta leader Dan. Ortega's United States visit to promote Contadora group's peace plan for Central America noted.
REPORTER: Connie Chung

(DC) Contd. efforts of Secretary of State George Shultz to counter Nicaraguan chgs. that United States is primary obstacle to peace in region noted; administration's opposition to Contadora peace proposal explained. State Department memorandum quoted on screen. [El Salvador President Jose Napoleon DUARTE - wants effective peace treaty.] State Department's reaction to Nicaragua dropping its objections to military controls for area reviewed; apparent reversal of roles for United States and Nicaragua in peace negotiations as result cited. [Ambassador Otto REICH - explains State Department's official position.]
REPORTER: Robin Lloyd

Chung, Connie;
Lloyd, Robin

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