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US-Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) Relations / Start Treaty / Armenia vs. Azerbaijan #344461

CBS Evening News for Saturday, May 23, 1992
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Diplomatic agreement between the United States and four former Soviet republics, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Belarus and Russia, to implement the START treaty to reduce nuclear weapons reported.

(Moscow: Jonathan Sanders) The threat that the war between Armenians and Azerbaijanis in Nagorno-Karabakh, Azerbaijan, will spread featured; map shown; details given of Armenian attack on the Azerbaijani enclave of Nakhichevan, Armenia; scenes shown of American observers visiting the front line. Reaction of nearby Turkey and Russia to the events in Armenia reported. [In Nakhichevan, University of Michigan Ronald SUNY - explains what United States and United Nations might do here.]

Sanders, Jonathan;
Schieffer, Bob

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