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June 27, 1969

MEMORANDUM OF CONVERSATION BETWEEN AMBASSADOR SHRIVER AND THE NATIONAL SECURITY COUNCIL, 'CONVERSATION WITH SCHRIVER ON POMPIDOU VISIT, MILITARY COOPERATION WITH FRANCE, AND MIDDLE EAST'

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    Ambassador Shriver and Kissinger discuss wanting President Pompidou to visit the U.S. soon, and the former states that he will ask President Nixon to give his opinion on this and to approve it soon. Kissinger further states that he does not know if the President wants to aid France, either militarily or by nuclear means, though he does not think it is out of the question that the President may want to do so. Finally, Kissinger notes that the U.S. does not need French aid in negotiations with the Soviets but would not be opposed to their help in talks with the Israelis.
    "Memorandum of Conversation between Ambassador Shriver and the National Security Council, 'Conversation with Schriver on Pompidou Visit, Military Cooperation with France, and Middle East'," June 27, 1969, History and Public Policy Program Digital Archive, Nixon Presidential Library and Museum, National Security Council Files (NSCF), box 675, France Vol. III. Obtained and contributed by William Burr and included in NPIHP Research Update #2. https://digitalarchive.wilsoncenter.org/document/110249
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