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Bosnia / United States Policy / Peace Talks #350355

CBS Evening News for Saturday, May 01, 1993
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Report introduced.

(Washington: Jim Stewart) Move by President Clinton's administration toward intervention in the Bosnian civil war featured; photograph shown of Clinton meeting with his advisers. [Secretary of State Warren CHRISTOPHER - explains what the Serbs must do.] Trip by Christopher to Europe to explain the United States plan to the allies noted. The conditions set by the United States for the Serbs outlined on screen. The British position as quoted in the London "Sunday Times" discussed.

(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Report introduced.

(Belgrade: Tom Fenton) The peace talks being held in Athens, Greece, featured; current positions of Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic and Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic on the peace plan outlined. [UN negotiator Lord David OWEN - hopes for peace.] The shelling of Sarajevo today reported. Apparent change in policy in Serbia due to the sanctions and the threat of air strikes noted.

(Studio: Bob Schieffer; Vitez: Bob Simon) The importance of action by the allies at this point in time when the Bosnian Serbs are behaving as if a cease-fire is coming discussed. The differing fears of the Bosnian Moslems and the United Nations troops on the ground reviewed.

Fenton, Tom;
Schieffer, Bob;
Simon, Bob;
Stewart, Jim

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