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Commonwealth / Nuclear Disarmament Talks #340999

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jan 27, 1992
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Moscow: Anthony Mason) Secretary of State James Baker's role in nuclear disarmament negotiations with the former Soviet republics featured; scenes shown of him arriving in Moscow. [BAKER - talks about letter with regard to nuclear disarmament from Russian President Boris Yeltsin.] Yeltsin's mysterious cancellation of meetings today and tomorrow noted. [Foreign editor, "Izvestia" Andrei OSTALSKY - comments on rumors about Yeltsin.] Yeltsin's meeting with commonwealth armed forces commander Yevgeny Shaposhnikov and upcoming meetings with Baker and President Bush mentioned.

(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Pentagon: David Martin) Secret Bush-Yeltsin nuclear disarmament negotiations featured; scenes and animation shown of multiple warhead nuclear weapons which Bush wants to eliminate; number of these weapons in the United States and commonwealth noted.

Martin, David;
Mason, Anthony;
Rather, Dan

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