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Vancouver, Canada / Clinton-Yeltsin Summit / Day 2 #147409

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Apr 04, 1993
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(Vancouver: Peter Jennings) Ending of the summit meeting between President Clinton and Russian President Boris Yeltsin introduced.

(Vancouver: Brit Hume) The economic aid program offered by Clinton to Russia examined; tenets of the package designed to help the Russian people outlined. [CLINTON - says 3/4 of the money will go to the private sector.] [YELTSIN - (thru translator) says this policy will create jobs in the US.]

(Vancouver: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(Vancouver: John Donvan) The rewards for Yeltsin from this two-day summit examined; scenes shown of the two men in Vancouver, Canada. [YELTSIN - (thru translator) says the emphasis is now on pragmatic economic projects.] [On "This Week with David Brinkley", Russian foreign minister Andrei KOZYREV - worries about a constitutional coup d'etat in Russia.] The upcoming referendum called for by Yeltsin mentioned.

Donvan, John;
Hume, Brit;
Jennings, Peter

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