NBC Evening News for Thursday, Jul 05, 1990
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(London: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.
(London: John Cochran) NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) leaders in London reported considering NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) restructuring in response to peace in Europe; scenes shown from summit. President Bush reported proposing NATO-Warsaw pact liaison, new nuclear weapons policy and that President Mikhail Gorbachev appear at future NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) meeting. [British Prime Minister Margaret THATCHER - says NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) strength must remain.] Gorbachev's troubles at Communist party congress noted. [White House spokesman Marlin FITZWATER - makes statement.] French President Francois Mitterrand mentioned. Proposal involving Conference on European Security and Cooperation illustrated on screen. Secretary of State James Baker and foreign ministers reported continuing negotiations tonight.
(London: Tom Brokaw, John Cochran) British attempts to keep NATO first-strike nuclear weapons policy examined; NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) support for Gorbachev noted.