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Persian Gulf Crisis / More Aid #577207

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Sep 15, 1990
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(Studio: Garrick Utley) Reaction of France to Iraq's entrance into their embassy in Kuwait detailed. More gulf aid from Great Britain and Germany outlined. Report introduced.

(Frankfurt: John Dancy) Decision by West Germany to make a major contribution examined; scenes shown of Secretary of State James Baker with West German foreign minister Hans-Dietrich Genscher and Chancellor Helmut Kohl. [BAKER - says Germany is doing more.] [KOHL - (thru translator) comments.] Financial and troop commitments from oil sheiks, Syria, Great Britain, Egypt, Italy, Canada, Denmark and Japan received by Baker on his ten-day trip outlined on screen. [BAKER - says the message is the world will not tolerate this aggression.] Issue of sanctions against countries doing business with Iraq discussed.

Dancy, John;
Utley, Garrick

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