ABC Evening News for Saturday, Jun 02, 1990
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Report introduced.
(In the Catoctin Mountains near Camp David: Brit Hume) Continuation of summit meeting between President Mikhail Gorbachev and President Bush at Camp David, MD, featured; scenes shown from photo opportunity. [GORBACHEV - (thru translator) says we will talk about regional issues.] [BUSH - asks Gorbachev if he wants to drive golf cart.] [Last night, Secretary of State James BAKER - comments on issues of Germany and Lithuania.] [After day's meeting, White House spokesman Marlin FITZWATER - says they talked about regional issues.] White House photograph shown of their shirt-sleeved meeting.
(Studio: Carole Simpson) Curious statement from Gorbachev about US-USSR cooperation against Nazi Germany noted.
(Washington: Bob Zelnick) Gorbachev's refusal to back down on issue of Germany and NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) examined. [Supreme Soviet member Yevgeny PRIMAKOV - (thru translator) says we can't ignore Soviet security.] [Brookings Institution Helmut SONNENFELDT - says a peacetime NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) should not be seen as a threat to USSR .] [German television ARD correspondent Peter STAICH - talks about German NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) membership.] Review outlined of what will be talked about at NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) alliance in July. Resulting likelihood that European institutions, such as Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe and European Economic Community, will be strengthened as NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) changes noted.
(Studio: Carole Simpson) Signing of lesser agreement by officials of both countries reported; scenes shown from the State Department; details given of accord calling for opening of cultural centers in each nation's capital, etc.
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