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US-USSR Relations / Arms Control #546126

NBC Evening News for Friday, Sep 27, 1985
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw

(DC) President Reagan's White House meeting with USSR foreign minister Eduard Shevardnadze in which latter presented new arms control proposals of Mikhail Gorbachev in anticipation of fall summit with Reagan featured; scenes shown. [Secretary of State George SHULTZ - praises new Soviet position.] Soviet proposal, include call for halt to Star Wars, outlined on screen. [USSR spokesperson Vladimir LOMEIKO - (thru translator) cites need to ban space weapons.] [REAGAN - remains committed to Star Wars.] [Lieutenant General Dan. GRAHAM (ret.), former negotiator Gerard SMITH - disagree on space weapons issue.] United States reported conducting underground nuclear test in Nevada during White House meeting today.
REPORTER: Chris Wallace

Brokaw, Tom;
Wallace, Chris

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