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Mideast / Egypt / US-USSR Relations #7266

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Sep 25, 1969
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(Studio) Egypt's Foreign Minister at United Nations said Egypt and Israel could get together for Peace Talks. Egyptian government denies report
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

(DC) Secretary of State William Rogers thinks USSR terms softened, due to Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko seeking new United States ideas for breaking diplomatic deadlock. Secretary Rogers persuaded Foreign Minister Riad to say that Arabs can meet with Israel to talk of boundaries and Israeli security. No immediate American commitment to Israel.

(DC) Rptd, USSR position hardened and Arms Control Talks to be put off, Since breakthrough with China, P,R., no hurry to talk with US, They're also showing displeasure of Pres, Nixon's visit to Romania.
REPORTER: Joseph C. Harsch

(Studio) Secretary Rogers and Gromyko to meet again Friday night.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

Gill, Bill;
Harsch, Joseph C.;
Smith, Howard K.

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