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Arms Talks #69407

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 01, 1981
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(Studio) Official opening in Geneva, Switzerland, of US-USSR arms reduction talks reported.
REPORTER: Steve Bell

(Geneva, Switzerland) Arrival of Yuli A. Kvitsinsky and his refusal to comment noted; film shown. Change in definition of talks by US explained; next official meeting said Friday
REPORTER: Greg Dobbs

(DC) Admin.'s apparent refusal to compromise itself in talks discussed. [Assistant defense secretary Richard PERLE - pledges to defense United States proposals at Geneva mtgs.] Perle's role in development of President Reagan's proposal recalled. [PERLE - comments on USSR options.] Apparent motive of his remarks mentioned.

(Studio) Further discussion of issue on tonight's "Nightline" announced.
REPORTER: Steve Bell

Bell, Steve;
Dobbs, Greg;
Hume, Brit

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