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Russia Relations / Yeltsin and United States / Iran Nuclear Deal #159058

ABC Evening News for Monday, Mar 27, 1995
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(Studio: Catherine Crier) Acknowledgement by Russian President Boris Yeltsin that he and President Clinton, who will visit Russia next month, must resolve differences over Russia's decision to sell nuclear reactors to Iran reported.

(Moscow: Gillian Findlay) The importance of the nuclear reactor deal for Russia despite concern that Iran could use the reactors for military purposes examined. [Russian intelligence director Yevgeny PRIMAKOV (thru translator), assistant Secretary of State Robert PELLETREAU, nuclear energy minister Viktor MIKHAILOV - offer differing opinions on the deal with Iran.]

Crier, Catherine;
Findlay, Gillian

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