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US-USSR Relations / Arms Control, Summit #543395

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Apr 07, 1985
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(Studio) Reagan administration's reaction to USSR leader Mikhail Gorbachev's freeze on Soviet missile deployment in E. Europe and willingness to meet with President Reagan reported.
REPORTER: John Palmer

(Moscow, USSR ) Gorbachev's summit proposal and freeze announcement examined; films shown. Congress delegation led by Representative Thomas O'Neill noted arriving here. [O'NEILL - hopes for improved US-USSR relations]
REPORTER: Keith Miller

(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: John Palmer

(Santa Barbara, California) Reagan's reaction to Gorbachev's announcement examined; national security adviser Robert McFarlane's suggested response described. Larry Speakes quoted on screen; status of USSR and United States missile deployment in Europe illustrated on map, explained. [Senator Dan QUAYLE - dismisses Soviet announcement as propaganda aimed at Europe.] Summit issue discussed.
REPORTER: Andrea Mitchell

(Studio) White House concern over public relations aspect of Kremlin's move discussed.
REPORTER: John Palmer, Andrea Mitchell

Miller, Keith;
Mitchell, Andrea;
Palmer, John

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