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Brussels, Belgium / NATO Summit / Clinton #150303

ABC Evening News for Monday, Jan 10, 1994
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(Brussels: Peter Jennings) Announcement by Ukraine that it will give up all the nuclear weapons left there when the Soviet union broke up reported.

(Brussels: Brit Hume) Work by President Clinton's team on the Ukraine deal and a NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) "partnership for peace," which provides the first steps for eastern European nations to become part of NATO, featured; scenes shown from Brussels, Belgium. [CLINTON - says the trilateral agreement will lead to the complete removal of nuclear weapons from Ukraine.] [Secretary of State Warren CHRISTOPHER - talks about the NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) deal.] Differing views of French President Francois Mitterrand and Clinton on NATO's role in Bosnia outlined. [CLINTON - talks about the Serbs shelling Bosnia.]

(Brussels: Peter Jennings, John McWethy) The reasons why Ukraine will make the weapons deal, the potential future role for American troops in an expanded NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) and the questions of whether the West would go into action in Bosnia discussed.

Hume, Brit;
Jennings, Peter;
McWethy, John

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