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US-Russia Relations / Trump-Putin Meeting / Syria / A Discussion #1113042

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jul 07, 2017
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(Studio: John Berman) The agreement by the US & Russia at the meeting of President Trump with Russian President Vladimir Putin about a cease-fire to curb the violence in Syria introduced. [Voice of Secretary of State Rex TILLERSON - says we want to reduce the violence in Syria.] Live discussion held with CNN's retired Adm. John Kirby, retired Air Force Lt. Col. Rick Francona & former US Ambassador to Syria Robert Ford† about the Syria cease-fire. [KIRBY, FRANCONA, FORD - offer views on the cease-fire with a possible breakdown in the implementation, the position of Syrian President Bashir al-Assad, who is not leaving & has "won" the war in Syria with Russian & Iranian help, so how to you contain the insurgency, how the US & Russia objectives have never been the same, the "deconfliction" issue & whether there is any hope for optimism in Syria.] Other material: [Voice of TILLERSON - says our objectives are the same.]
Berman, John

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