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Nicaragua #542437

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Mar 02, 1985
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Connie Chung

(San Jose, Costa Rica) Conf. here of Nicaraguan guerrilla leaders to express agreement on peace proposals featured; pts. recognized by opposition leaders listed, discussed. [Adolfo CALERO - claims peace can be achieved if Sandinistas fulfill their own commitments.] Absence of rebel leader Eden Pastora considered. [Rebel leader Alfonso ROBELO - thinks guerrilla movement will survive in spite of Sandinistas or United States Congress]
REPORTER: Mike Boettcher

(Studio) President Reagan's praise of anti-government Nicaraguan rebels quoted.
REPORTER: Connie Chung

(DC) Admin.'s concern over possible misinterpretation of Shultz-Ortega mtg. outcome by other Latin American countries noted. [REAGAN - praises Nicaraguan guerrillas.] [Eden PASTORA - (thru translator) feels war is only alternative.] Shultz and Vice President George Bush said continuing to focus on Nicaragua while President lobbies for MX missile.
REPORTER: Emery King

Boettcher, Mike;
Chung, Connie;
King, Emery

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