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Shultz-Gromyko Meeting #75234

ABC Evening News for Monday, Oct 04, 1982
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(Studio) New York City meeting between Secretary of State George Shultz and USSR foreign minister Andrei Gromyko noted; film shown.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(New York City) Today's meeting thought dealing with Mideast; last week's meeting recalled. Films shown. Gromyko's recent charge that United States was to blame for Lebanese war recalled; possible reason for USSR 's efforts to remain out of Mideast conflict outlined on screen, discussed. Issue of President Leonid Brezhnev's health mentioned. NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) foreign mins. recalled agreeing to examine issue of United States sanctions against USSR gas pipeline to west Europe. Possible benefit of Shultz's diplomatic style as compared to that of Alexander Haig considered.
REPORTER: Barrie Dunsmore

(Studio) Shultz reported meeting with other United Nations delegates later in week
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

Reporter(s):
Dunsmore, Barrie;
Reynolds, Frank
Duration:
00:02:00

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