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Russia / Nuclear Weapons / The Military #145220

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 03, 1993
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Announcement by Russia of a change in its nuclear weapons policy reported.

(Moscow: Jim Bittermann) The hopes of Russia's military now that President Boris Yeltsin is obligated for its support during the October rebellion featured; military scenes shown. [Platoon commander Lieutenant Ruslan VASILIEV - (thru translator) says the army's prestige must be raised.] [Deputy defense minister Andrei KOKOSHIN - says the military's well-being is a core factor.] The shift to creating army units trained to handle internal problems noted. [Defense minister Pavel GRACHEV - (thru translator) comments.]

Bittermann, Jim;
Jennings, Peter

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