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Mideast Peace Developments #58558

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 20, 1979
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(Studio) Israeli Knesset said to begin debate with regard to treaty with Egypt. Prime Min. Menahem Begin reported delivering warning to Egyptians.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(Jerusalem, Israel) Begin's speech to Knesset detailed. Egyptian Prime Min. Mustafa Khalil, west bank Palestinian state, Jerusalem issue mentioned. Chg. by Arab Communist, Toufiq Toubi, with regard to west bank, Begin's response and Toubi's expulsion from chamber reported, shown. Opposition leader Shimon Peres speech outlined. Illegal settlement near El Arish in the Sinai by Gush Emunim reported, shown. Treaty ratification said expected Thursday.
REPORTER: Bill Seamans

(Studio) Egyptian Prime Min. Mustafa Khalil's response to Begin's statement with regard to west bank Palestinian state detailed; Camp David accords mentioned. Treaty signing noted as possibly Monday PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) leaders in Beirut said waiting to see results of Egypt-Israel treaty with regard to Palestinian autonomy. Egyptian defense minister Kamal Hassan Ali's inspection of jet fighters at Nellis AFB reported, shown; F-5, F-16's mentioned.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

Reporter(s):
Reynolds, Frank;
Seamans, Bill
Duration:
00:03:50

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