The Canadian Press

1981-03-10 | Reagan-Visit

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Two key issues stood out during talks between Canada and the US. Canadian Press reporter Peter Ray had this report.

Date: 1981-03-10
Placeline: Ottawa, ON, Canada
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 50 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << the main issue is the question of El Salvador the US says there's no disagreement on the matter and secretary of state Alexander is both sides are in complete agreement to work for a pluralistic and moderate society in the central American country right however external affairs minister mark with Reagan says there is a difference of a supply of arms and that position has been stated to the American government the other big issue is the east coast fisheries treaty and all that president Reagan has defended his actions to pull the treaty out of the Senate US officials say the reason they did that was because it was decided that no combination of amendments could be acceptable to both the American Senate and Canada and the Americans felt they owed it to this country to begin with a clean and decisive decision on the issue Peter right on a wall >>

Clip ID: 19810310CPCN002