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1165Telecon With Moynihan and Kissinger at 4_45 P.M. 0000BCF8

1165Telecon With Moynihan and Kissinger at 4_45 P.M. 0000BCF8

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UNCLASSIFIED
TELECON
Ambassador
MoynihaniSecretary
Kissinger
November
21,
1975
Time:
4;45
p.
m.
RELEASED
IN
FULL
K:
I
amdelighted
that
you
gave
it
some
more
time
for
thought.
M.
Sure.
K:
I
am
told
Pat
chat
the
Mission
or
you
know
someone
else
is
puttingout
ac
least
newspapers
say
here
is
that
your
concern
is
that
I
colluded
with
Callaghan
on
this.
That
can't
be
serious.
M:
Try
totell
that
to
che
New
York
Times.
I
have
said
it
last
night
to
Pat
Bennetc.
K:
I
don't
know
what
he
said
to
you
about
tie
idea.
I
have
never
discussed
you
with
Callaghan
at
all.
M:
You
told
methat
when
I
talked
to
you
this
morning.
It
was
all
over
town
and
it
seemed
tomethat
the
position
wasn't
tenable.
I
am
mad
at
him
but
Ican't
do
anything
about
it.
Let
me
be
very
clear
this
is
not
anything
that
we
have
said
a
word
to
anyone
about.
K:
First
of
all
If
I
wanced
to
do
it
I
would
call
you.
The
method
of
involving
a
foreign
minister
is
too
disgraceful
to
he
discusseg
among
serious
people.
M:
Don't
you
worry
aboutmeyou
can
handle
this
thing.
Give
me
the
weekend
--
the
President
has
asked
to
talk
to
me
and
I
wiII
be
seding
you
roo.
Alright2
K:
Ic
is
too
humiliating
for
me
to
call
Callaghan
to
ask
him
to
put
a
statement
out,
but
I
will
be
happyco
do
that.
M:
I
wouldn'c
suggest
that
you
chink
aboutsuch
things.
The
word
is
all
over
it
may
have
been
spontaneous
generation.
Paul
came
up
to
me
with
this
ching
at
11:30
just
before
General
Assembly.
K:
'
What
did
you
say2
M:
I
said
you
don't
knowwhat
you
are
talking
about.
Listen
you
have
worries
and
chis
should
not
heone
of
those.
K:
I
have
two
separaceproblems.
First
I
want
to
preserve
you
for
Government
service
--
you
have
done
a
good
job
--
you
have
movedthe
AmIrican
people
and
raised
the
key
issues
and
our
disagreements
are
not
presenting
any
problems
to
your
pecformanqe.
IThesecond,
is
there
must
be
somethingchat
can
happen
inthe
world
'which
my
moral
standing
is
not
immediately
attacked
UNITED
STATES
DEPARTMENT
OF
STATE
REVIEW
AUTHORITY:
ROBERT
H
MILLER
DATE/CASE
ID:
04JUN
2003200102979
UNCLASSIFIED

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