U.S Secretary of State henry Kissinger and Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin made progress towards?
GV EXT. Gymnich Castle.
GV & CU INT Kissinger and Rabin meet press. (3 shots)
GV Kissinger down steps of aircraft and greeted by Callaghan.
SV Kissinger speaking to press
TRANSCRIPT: SEQ. 5
NEWSMAN: "What conclusion can be drawn."
DR. KISSINGER: "You can only draw the conclusion that we went into conclusion that we went into very great detail into all the vital elements of an agreement, as well as the American relationship with Israel. Of course, the decisions will have to be made by the parties themselves, no outsider, can substitute for that."
NEWSMAN: "Is it up to the Israelis to make the next move or the Egyptians?
DR. KISSINGER: "In the nature of things there is always a point when somebody has to make some move. The Israeli government had asked for a number of clarifications which they've now received, but I wasnt to stress that for the agreement to be effective both sides have to made a contribution."
U.S. Secretary of State henry Kissinger and Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak made progress towards a new interim peace agreement between Israel and Egypt. at a meeting in Gymnich Castle...north-west of Bonn on Saturday. The two men talked for three hours, but when they emerged the key issue of a new line for an Israeli troop withdrawal.
Dr. Kissinger now expects the Israeli Ambassador to the United States, Simcha Dinitz to fly to Washington from Israel early next week with a new proposal for a sinai pull-back.
After the meeting, Dr. Kissinger flew from Bonn to London. He was met at Heathrow Airport by the British Foreign Secretary, jim Callaghan and newsmen. He told reporters that he and Mr. Rabin had discussed the proposed withdrawal line in great detail, but did not elaborate further.
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EDITOR'S NOTE: This film is supplied with part of Dr. Kissinger's news conference in London. A transcript of which follows:-
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Background: U.S Secretary of State henry Kissinger and Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin made progress towards a new interim peace agreement between Israel and Egypt at a meeting in West Germany on Saturday (12 July).
The two men were closeted for three hours at Gymnich Castle, north-west of Bonn, but when they emerged the key issue of the line for the new Israeli troop withdrawal was still unresolved.
Dr. Kissinger and Mr. Rabin discussed the proposed line in great detail, but it is now likely that the Israeli Ambassador to the United State, Simcha Dinitz, will fly to Washington from Israel early next week with a new proposal.
After the meeting, Dr. Kissinger flew from Bonn to London. He was me at Heathrow Airport by the British Foreign Secretary, Jim Callaghan and newsmen.
The Secretary of State told a news conference that progress had been made, but did not elaborate greatly.