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Russia / United States Summit / Yeltsin At Home #344831

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jun 14, 1992
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(Studio: Connie Chung) Tomorrow's summit meeting of President Bush and Russian President Boris Yeltsin to discuss nuclear arms cuts and Western aid for Russia reported.

(Moscow: Anthony Mason) Yeltsin's political standing at home with the economy still in deep trouble featured; scenes shown from Moscow. [US ambassador to Russia Robert STRAUSS - says there are limits to how much the Russian public can take.] [Princeton University Stephen COHEN - says high unemployment is possible.] [During recent visit, former President Richard NIXON - comments.] His approach to aid requests previewed.

(Studio: Connie Chung) Upcoming interview with Yeltsin on "60 Minutes" mentioned.

Chung, Connie;
Mason, Anthony

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