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SV car derives part.
LS soldier on rooftop with binoculars.
MV Meir walks to trellis following by man in dark glasses.
SV girl, woman and two policeman stand watching.
SV Kissinger or steps out of car and walks towards doorway.
LS soldier standing on airport building between U.S. and Israeli flats.
MV Kissinger speaking at microphone. Rabin standing next to him.
SV 3 men listening; leaning over polices barricades at airport.
V. Kissinger and Rabin standing by microphones, kissinger speaking.
SV pan reporters at press conference listening to Patir
SV reporter (ext.)
(SEQ 7): KISSINGER: "This is a dad day for America, which had invested much hope and faith, and we know it is a sad day also for Israel, which needs and wants peace."
(SEQ 9): KISSINGER: "...but in any event the United States will do it's utmost to contribute to a just and lasting peace in this area. We have had no other goal, except to enable the young people to grow up without the fear of war and an we leave we wish the people of Israel all the best and I want to thank particularly my old friend the Prime "Listen (voice breaking up), for the wisdom with which he has conducted himself, for the friendship he has shown to us and for the dedication that's animal all his efforts, Thank You.
(SEQ 10): REPORTER: "Dr. Kissinger miscalculated the mood in Israel.. He depended too much on his friendship with President Sadat, Most of all his diplomacy was thrown out of gear by S.S. Asia. But the official reason given is Egyptian in intransigence."
(SEQ 12): PATIR(?): "...rejected our propose is. As a result of it the present effects have been suspended. From the very beginning we sought a, that steps procedure towards peace-that each step must produce some movement towards peace. Unfortunately that was not what the Egyptians had in mind."
(SEQ 13): REPORTER: "The collapse of the talks makes yet another Arab Israeli war more likely. And the next clash points are x, already i n sight. The 24th April when the United Nations mandate expires and the end of May when it expires on the Syrian front and that in far the more dangerous of the two."
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