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Ukraine / Crisis / US-Russia Relations #1061083

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Mar 02, 2014
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(Studio: Lester Holt) The escalation of the East-West standoff in Ukraine with the takeover of Crimea by Russian troops introduced; map shown.

(Simeropol, Ukraine: Bill Neely) The Russian soldiers in Ukraine after the invasion without firing a shot featured; scenes shown of Ukrainian troops behind the gates without guns, Russia ships on the coast. [WOMAN - talks about the Russian population.]

(Studio: Lester Holt) Report introduced.

(Kharkiv: Ian Williams) The fate of Ukraine featured; scenes shown of the violence in the eastern industrial city of Kharkiv in clashes and the pro-Russian encampment.

(Studio: Lester Holt) Report introduced.

(White House: Kristen Welker) The US telephone diplomacy over Ukraine with limited options for President Obama reviewed; details given about the coming G-8 summit. [Secretary of State John KERRY- calls it an act of military aggression; says Russian President Vladimir Putin may not have a Sochi G-8 etc..] [Former National Security Council spokesman Tommy VIETOR†- cites the limits of sanctions.] ["New Yorker" editor David REMNICK - says Putin does not care about the US.]

Reporter(s):
Holt, Lester;
Neely, Bill;
Williams, Ian;
Welker, Kristen
Duration:
00:08:00

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