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Mexico / G20 Summit / Syria #1024823

NBC Evening News for Monday, Jun 18, 2012
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Los Cabos, Mexico: Chuck Todd) The G20 summit in Mexico reviewed; scenes shown of President Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin, who met for the first time; details given about tension between the US and Russia over Syria and the focus of the summit on the European debt crisis. [OBAMA, PUTIN {thru translator} – recount the discussion about Syria.] [Senator John McCAIN – says a diplomatic resolution {in Syria} is not possible until a military balance of power changes.] [Deputy National Security Advisor Ben RHODES†- comments on the relationship between Obama and Putin.] [OBAMA – expresses optimism about Greece.] Mexican President Felipe Calderon’s thanks to Obama for his stance on deportations of illegal immigrants noted.

Williams, Brian;
Todd, Chuck

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