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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.
(Sarajevo: Tony Birtley) The release of the last of the UN peacekeepers held hostage by the Bosnian Serbs featured; details given of the declining role of the United Nations in Bosnia. [UN spokesmen Lieutenant Colonel Gary COWARD, Mark CUTTS - comment on the situation.] [Sarajevo RESIDENT - talks about their plight.] The military situation in Sarajevo updated.
(Pentagon: John McWethy) The growing frustration in the United States over the virtual collapse of the United Nations peacekeeping mission examined. [Senator Sam NUNN - says it is time to withdraw the United Nations and NATO peacekeepers and let the two sides in Bosnia fight it out.] [Secretary of Defense William PERRY - opposes a pullout at this time.] President Clinton's administration's struggle with doubts about its Bosnia policy noted.
5:38:30 "US-JAPAN RELATIONS / TRADE"
(Studio: Peter Jennings) United States proposal of trade sanctions against Japanese air cargo companies because of Japan's refusal of a new Asian route for Federal Express reported.
- Birtley, Tony;
- Jennings, Peter;
- McWethy, John
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