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Commonwealth / Russia-Ukraine / Black Sea Fleet / Olympic Athletes #340722

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jan 12, 1992
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(Studio: Connie Chung) Report introduced.

(Moscow: Anthony Mason) Russia's agreement that the Ukraine will get a part of the Black Sea fleet featured; scenes shown of the fleet in Sevastopol, Ukraine. [Russian foreign minister Andrei KOZYREV - comments on Russia-Ukraine relations.] Scenes shown of Boris Yeltsin in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia, campaigning for his economic reforms, and of anti-Yeltsin protesters in Moscow. [YELTSIN - (thru translator) comments on economy.] [PROTESTER - (thru translator) talks about Yeltsin.] [Representative Steven SOLARZ - comments on status of democracy and market economy in the commonwealth.]

(Studio: Connie Chung) Report introduced.

(Moscow: Allen Pizzey) Commonwealth Olympic athletes featured; scenes shown; commonwealth team said planning to use the Olympic anthem and banner. [Vice president, Commonwealth Olympic committee, Aleksander KOZLOVSKY - talks about team name.] Soviet Olympic hockey players said to aspire to turn pro in the United States or Canada. [Moscow radio reporter Carl YEGOROV - talks about athletes' motivation.] [Commonwealth's hockey coach Igor DIMITRIEV - talks about sports funding.]

Chung, Connie;
Mason, Anthony;
Pizzey, Allen

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