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REPORTER: Kathleen Sullivan
(Atlanta, Georgia) Arms control conference convened by Jimmy Carter and Gerald Ford to examine means of improving US-USSR arms negotiations featured; films shown. [USSR ambassador Anatoly DOBRYNIN - cites Russia's flexibility.] [Zbigniew BRZEZINSKI - is encouraged by Dobrynin's remarks.] Issues needing resolution, include President Reagan's Star Wars initiative and alleged USSR violation of previous arms control agreement with new Siberian radar installation, noted. [DOBRYNIN - comments.] [Arms Control and Disarmament Agency director Ken. ADELMAN - interprets Dobrynin's remarks to mean United States could inspect radar site.] [Secretary of State George SHULTZ - explains US stance on radar site issue.]
REPORTER: Rick Inderfurth
- Inderfurth, Rick;
- Sullivan, Kathleen
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