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Russia / Bush-Yeltsin Meeting #344850

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jun 15, 1992
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(Studio: Dan Rather) President Bush reported praising Russian President Boris Yeltsin in a CNN interview today; their meeting tomorrow noted; scenes shown of Yeltsin arriving at Andrews Air Force Base, MD, today.

(Moscow: Anthony Mason) Russian feelings toward Yeltsin and the West featured; scenes shown of Yeltsin being warmly received in Russia. [WOMAN, YELTSIN (thru translator) - comment.] [On "60 Minutes", YELTSIN (thru translator) - says there's no turning back for Russia.] [YELTSIN, US ambassador Robert STRAUSS - talk about whether Congress will approve the Russian aid package.] [USA-Canada Institution Georgi ARBATOV - talks about what will happen if Russia does what the International Monetary Fund (IMF) wants.] [Princeton University Stephen COHEN - talks about Russian resentment of the West.]

Mason, Anthony;
Rather, Dan

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