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Yugoslavia / Slovenia, Croatia / Perpich Interview / Albania #339601

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jul 07, 1991
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(Studio: Paula Zahn) Report introduced.

(Zagreb: Martha Teichner) Dispute between Yugoslavia and its breakaway republics of Slovenia and Croatia featured; scenes shown of European- brokered talks on Adriatic island of Brioni, Yugoslavia. Slovenians' fear of an army attack detailed. [At Slovenian border post, MILITIAMAN - says we are ready.] [Slovenian information minister Jelko KACIN - says the first problem is the army.] Scenes shown of the escalating ethnic violence in the village of Tenja, Croatia, Yugoslavia.

(Studio: Paula Zahn) Interview given with former Minnesota governor Rudy Perpich, who is a consultant to the Croatian government. [In Zagreb, PERPICH - talks about the worsening situation in Croatia and Slovenia and the statements from Secretary of State James Baker about Yugoslavia.]

(Studio: Paula Zahn) Statement from Albania that the Albanian minority in Yugoslavia is being threatened reported.

Reporter(s):
Teichner, Martha;
Zahn, Paula
Duration:
00:04:50

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