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Mideast Peace #58632

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Mar 25, 1979
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[Bypassed introduction] Sam Donaldson (New York City)

(Studio) New developments in Egypt-Israel peace negotiations termed disquieting
REPORTER: Sam Donaldson

(DC) Menahem Begin shown arriving at Andrews AFB. [BEGIN - speaks of laying cornerstone for Mideast peace.] Interview of Israeli foreign minister Moshe Dayan shown. [DAYAN - says Israelis want assurance they can buy oil from Sinai oil fields, to be returned to Egypt.] Anwar Sadat and Begin mtg. filmed. Signing of treaty tomorrow announced.
REPORTER: Bill Seamans Barbara Walters, Interview

(Studio) Proposal by Begin that border between Egypt and Israel be opened immediately reported Pres Carter said ending 2 day trip to Southwest United States
REPORTER: Sam Donaldson

(Dallas, Texas) Carter shown speaking to National Association of Broadcasters in Dallas, Texas. [CARTER - speaks of signing of peace treaty.] Inflation problems of 1980 president elections mentioned.
REPORTER: David Garcia

Walters, Barbara;
Seamans, Bill;
Donaldson, Sam;
Garcia, David

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