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Csce Conference / US-USSR Relations / Persian Gulf Crisis #572425

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 20, 1990
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(Paris: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Paris: John Cochran) Persian Gulf crisis developments at European peace conference examined; scenes shown of President Bush's meeting with Turkish Premier Turgut Ozal. [BUSH - talks about Iraq.] Administration concerns about Iraq's attempts to bribe allies, like German Chancellor Helmut Kohl, reported; Iraqi President Saddam Hussein noted releasing all German hostages. [White House spokesman Marlin FITZWATER - comments.] Secretary of State James Baker and Soviet foreign minister Eduard Shevardnadze reported agreeing United Nations Security Council should meet to discuss resolution authorizing use of force against Iraq. [BAKER - makes announcement.] Bush noted leaving for Saudi Arabia tomorrow and will travel to Moscow in January if arms treaty is worked out.

Brokaw, Tom;
Cochran, John

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