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Europe / Disarmament / The Tanks #125840

ABC Evening News for Monday, Nov 19, 1990
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(Paris: Peter Jennings) Today's agreement by Warsaw Pact and NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) on conventional arms reductions noted.

(Eastern Europe: John Laurence) What to do with the now surplus tanks that are sitting all over Eastern Europe featured; details given of conversion of Soviet tanks into fire engines by Czechoslovakia featured; scenes shown. [Czech businessman Miroslav SLOVAK - cites plans to sell converted tanks to US.] [US disarmament negotiator Ambassador James WOOLSEY - talks about destroying tanks.] Czech tank "disassembly" line shown. [British farmer Dan TANNER - talks about tank he bought from USSR .]

Jennings, Peter;
Laurence, John

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