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Yugoslavia / Kosovo / Peace Talks / NATO #183043

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Jan 30, 1999
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Kosovo: Mike Lee) NATO's call for peace talks in the Kosovo conflict or else featured; details given of the continued cycle of violence between the Serbs and ethnic Albanians. [Secretary General Javier SOLANA - says air strikes have been authorized.] [British foreign secretary Robin COOK - calls the diplomacy a balancing act.] [Serb spokesman Radovan UROSEVIC - says the KLA are terrorists.] [Albanian political analyst Dukagjin GORANI - comments.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(State Department: Martha Raddatz) The possible role for United States ground troops in Kosovo if peace is reached examined. [Former NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) commander retired General George JOULWAN - says the United States is part of the alliance.] The likely complications of maintaining a peace in Kosovo as opposed to Bosnia outlined. [Former United States ambassador to NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) Robert HUNTER - comments.]

Brown, Aaron;
Lee, Mike;
Raddatz, Martha

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