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    IN ANKARA, TURKEY ON WEDNESDAY NIGHT MR. KEMAL SATIR, THE TURKISH VICE-PREMIER SAID THAT A?

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    GV EXT. NATO BUILDING PARIS
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    SV NATO FLAG
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    GV BUILDING
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    LV PAN CAR ARRIVES
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    GV PAN ANOTHER CAR ARRIVES
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    GV ANOTHER CAR ARRIVES
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    SV GENERAL LEMNITZER DOWN PLANE STEPS AT ATHENS
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    CU GREETED BY CHIEF OF STAFF
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    CV GREETS OTHER MILITARY MEN
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    SV MR BUTLER ENTERS HOTEL IN LONDON
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    CU TURKISH FOREIGN MINISTER
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    TRANSCRIPT: SEQ. 11: MR. ERKIN: "WELL HAVE EXCEPTED IDEAS THAT HAVE BEEN PUT BEFORE US BY THE BRITISH GOVERNMENT - AN INTERNATIONAL FORCE COMPOSED OF THE UNITS OF THE NATO COUNTRIES. THAT IS SOME OF THEM.



    QUESTION: WHY DO YOU INSIST ON NATO?



    ANSWER: BECAUSE SIMPLY THE ORIGINAL DISPUTE AND THE BEST WAY OF SETTLING IT IS TO PUT TOGETHER THE MILITARY UNITS OF THE COUNTRIES SITUATED WITHIN THE REGION.



    QUESTION: WOULD YOU INSIST ON A STRONG TURKISH CONTINGENT?



    ANSWER: WE INSIST ON THE INCLUSION OF TURKISH AND GREEK CONTINGENTS IN THE INTERNATIONAL FORCE.



    QUESTION: OF COURSE THE GREEK CYPRIOT SAY THEY WANT A INTERNATIONAL FORCE TO BE UNDER THE CONTROL OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL IN THE UNITED NATIONS. WHAT ARE YOUR THOUGHTS ON THAT ONE?



    ANSWER: WELL, WE SIMPLY PREFER THE CREATION OF THE NATO FORCE THAT'S ALL.




    Initials RE/V-B/JF/SGM



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    Background: IN ANKARA, TURKEY ON WEDNESDAY NIGHT MR. KEMAL SATIR, THE TURKISH VICE-PREMIER SAID THAT A NATO MILITARY UNIT IS TO BE SENT TO CYPRUS TO PROTECT LIFE AND PROPERTY THERE. IN NICOSIA, THE CYPRIOT CAPITAL, A GOVERNMENT SPOKESMAN SAID THEY WERE UNLIKELY TO ACCEPT SUCH A FORCE.

    HE SAID THE CYPRIOT DELEGATION WILL GIVE AN OFFICIAL REPLY ON THE THURSDAY AT THE LONDON CONFERENCE. IN PARIS THE NATO COUNCIL MET AND HIGH ON ITS AGENDA WAS THE ROLE IT SHOULD PLAY IN PACIFYING VIEWPOINTS ON THE FUTURE OF THE ISLAND. BRITAIN'S DELEGATE REPORTED ON THE DEVELOPMENTS TO-DATE.

    IN ATHENS THE SUPREME COMMANDER ALLIED FORCES EUROPE, U.S. GENERAL LYMAN LEMNITZER, ARRIVED ON WEDNESDAY BY AIR FROM ANKARA FOR HIS NEXT ROUND OF TALKS ON CYPRUS. HIS VISIT COINCIDED WITH THE REPORTS THAT GREEK NAVAL AND AIR EXERCISES WERE BEING HELD NEAR CRETE AND RHODES. THE GENERAL TOLD REPORTERS AT THE AIRPORT HIS VISIT HAD "NO PARTICULAR SIGNIFICANCE."

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    Film ID:
    VLVA4GXUX4K6L14SXHYZJB177DMUM
    Media URN:
    VLVA4GXUX4K6L14SXHYZJB177DMUM
    Group:
    Reuters - Source to be Verified
    Archive:
    Reuters
    Issue Date:
    29/01/1964
    Sound:
    Unknown
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Duration:
    00:01:50:00
    Time in/Out:
    /
    Canister:
    N/A

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