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Reagan Administration / US-USSR Arms Control Talks / USSR -Cuba Navy Maneuvers #88302

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Dec 23, 1984
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(Studio) Admin. officials' statement with regard to President Reagan's proposed "Star Wars" defense system and upcoming arms control talks with USSR in Geneva, Switzerland, noted.
REPORTER: Sam Donaldson

(DC) President Reagan's comments, after returning from Camp David, noted. [REAGAN - comments.] (Comments transcribed on screen.) Defense Secretary Caspar Weinberger's remarks, made on television show This Week with David Brinkle cited. High Frontier film shown. [WEINBERGER - comments.] National Security Adviser Robert McFarlane's remarks stated; CBS film shown. Position of Senator Sam Nunn, who is on Senator Armed Services Committee and is Democrat, noted. [NUNN - comments with regard to negotiation with Sovs.] Scientific community said to have no way at present to neutralize nuclear weapons.
REPORTER: Mike Von Fremd

(Studio) Weinberger's comments with regard to Soviet navy flotilla in Caribbean noted. United States Navy expected to take part in military exercises with Cuba. Possibility of connection with Central American noted
REPORTER: Sam Donaldson (WTLV tape)

Donaldson, Sam;
von Fremd, Mike

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