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Diplomacy / Nuland Phone Call #1096543

NBC Evening News for Friday, Feb 07, 2014
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(Sochi: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Washington: Andrea Mitchell) The fallout from a recording of Victoria Nuland†, America’s top diplomat for Europe, talking about the unrest in Ukraine and the European Union {E.U.} examined; scenes shown of a protest outside the US embassy in Moscow and Nuland handing out bread to Ukraine’s anti-government protestors; details given about Russia’s possible role in bugging Nuland’s phone and the angry reaction from German Chancellor Angela Merkel. [NULAND – comments.] [State Department spokeswoman Jen PSAKI†- says the Russians were the first to tweet about this particular call.] [US Ambassador to Russia Michael McFAUL†- reacts to the release of the recording.] [Former Secretary of State Colin POWELL†- notes both sides should be more careful.]

Williams, Brian;
Mitchell, Andrea

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