Ambassadors to the United Nations from Britain, the United states, France and the Soviet Union met in New York last night to discuss the current cease-fire situation in the Middle East.
GV Soviet Mission in New York
CU French delegate Koscuisko-Morizet speaks (SOF)
CU US delegate Yost into building followed by other delegates
SV Sir Crowe arrives & speaks (SOF)
SV Soviet Mission
SV Four Ambassadors pose for camera US, France, GB & USSR (3 shots)
Soviet Mission in New York; interview with Mr Koscuisko-Morizet; interview with Sir Colin Crowe; four Ambassadors pose for cameras.
TRANSCRIPT: (SEQ. 2) MORIZET: "I have no comment at the moment. Wait for the end of our discussions between the four.
REPORTER: And you will have a statement afterwards?
MORIZET: I don't know, I hope so.
REPORTER: All right, we hope so too. Thank you.
(SEQ. 4): REPORTER: Do you think there is going to be an extension of the ceasefire, after Egypt's reaction today?
CROWE: Well, I though they said that they did not plan to resort to military action, didn't they.
REPORTER: That's right, but they also said that Israel must plan to withdraw.
CROWE: I haven't seen that statement yet.
REPORTER: Will you have something to tell us afterwards?
CROWE: I doubt it...don't get too cold anyway".
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Background: Ambassadors to the United Nations from Britain, the United states, France and the Soviet Union met in New York last night to discuss the current cease-fire situation in the Middle East. The meeting was held at the Soviet Mission and was attended by Mr Koscuisko-Morizet of France, Sir Colin Crowe of Britain, Mr Charles Yost of the U.S. and Mr Jacob Malik of the Soviet Union.