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US-USSR Relations / Arms Talks #94733

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Mar 10, 1985
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Kathleen Sullivan

(Geneva, Switzerland) Arrival here of USSR delegation, headed by Viktor Karpov, for upcoming arms talks with United States noted; films shown. [KARPOV - (thru translator) outlines approach of USSR to negotiations.] Role of President Reagan's Star Wars program, long-range and medical-range missiles in talks discussed. [Courtesy "This Week", Paul NITZE - explains point of dispute between United States and USSR on arms control.] Senator and House delegations mentioned monitoring talks here. [Courtesy "This Week", Senator Sam NUNN - won't link his MX missile vote to arms talks.] Complexity of negotiations considered.
REPORTER: Barrie Dunsmore

(Moscow, USSR ) USSR propaganda effort recalled aimed at increase tension between United States and its European allies. ["Izvestia" columnist Vikenti MATVEEV - believes United States position is threatening to USSR .] Basis of Soviet fear of Reagan's Star Wars explained, discussed.
REPORTER: Walter Rodgers

(Studio) House delegation monitoring talks mentioned led by Representative James Wright.
REPORTER: Kathleen Sullivan

Dunsmore, Barrie;
Rodgers, Walter;
Sullivan, Kathleen

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