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Russia-US Relations / Disarmament / Missiles #137612

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Jan 25, 1992
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Report introduced.

(Moscow: Barbara Walters) ABC News exclusive interview held with Russian President Boris Yeltsin about nuclear weapons. [YELTSIN - (thru translator) says we no longer consider the United States a potential adversary, so we will turn our ICBMs away from United States cities.]

(Studio: Carole Simpson) Showing of the full Yeltsin interview next Friday on "20/20" announced.

(Washington: Rick Inderfurth) Status of missiles in the Soviet union reviewed; map shown of missiles in Russia, Kazakhstan, Ukraine and Belarus. [Former United States arms negotiator Ralph EARLE - says the threat is still there.] [Military analyst Anthony CORDESMAN - comments.]

Inderfurth, Rick;
Simpson, Carole;
Walters, Barbara

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