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NBC Evening News for Sunday, Nov 01, 1987
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(Studio: Garrick Utley) Report introduced.

(Robin Lloyd) Planning by President Reagan's aides for upcoming summit conference with USSR leader Mikhail Gorbachev reported National Sec. Adviser Frank Carlucci's feeling that Senator would ratify treaty on medium-range weapons reported [On "Meet the Press", CARLUCCI - says we have resolved big issues.] Others involved in negotiations process noted saying there are many issues to be resolved prior to a summit. These issue noted include missile site inspections, timetable on Pershing missiles and getting data on USSR missiles. [Senator Robert DOLE - says verification problems in treaty not yet worked out.] Reagan's upcoming address on missile treaty noted. Question of whether or not United States is rushing into summit meeting with USSR reiterated.

Utley, Garrick

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