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Ukraine / Crisis / US-Russia Relations / A Discussion #1061205

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Mar 06, 2014
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(Kiev: Anderson Cooper) Breaking news on new developments in the crisis in Ukraine re-introduced; scenes shown from Kiev, where weaponry remains, barricades, beer bottles for Molotov cocktails with protesters still here. The day's events reviewed; scenes shown of violent confrontations two days ago, celebrations by Russians in Crimea, the US military presence, Secretary of State John Kerry meeting with his Russian counterpart; details given about possible sanctions. [President OBAMA - backs the legitimate government.] [KERRY - speaks out on visas.] [Russian foreign minister Sergei LAVROV†- {thru translator} responds.

(Kiev: Anderson Cooper; White House: Jim Acosta) Obama's phone call with Russian President Vladimir Putin about Ukraine, his proposal for direct talks between Russia and Ukraine, the pressure on Putin discussed.

(Kiev: Anderson Cooper; Crimea: Ann Coren) How CNN is unable to broadcast from a Crimean hotel and the major news being the referendum in Crimea that could lead to the region going to the Russian motherland discussed.

(Kiev: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Bush national security adviser Stephen Hadley about Ukraine with questions from former CNN reporter Jill Dougherty. [From Washington, HADLEY - comments on the Obama-Putin conversation today; suggests Obama hopes to delegitimize the Crimean secession referendum; assesses whether Putin really wants to access Crimea.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Acosta, Jim;
Coren, Ann
Duration:
00:15:00

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