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Clinton's Trip / Ukraine / Nuclear Weapons #353082

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 12, 1994
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(Moscow: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Kiev: Rita Braver) President Clinton's symbolic thank-you call on Ukrainian President Leonid Kravchuk, who has agreed to remove Ukraine's nuclear weapons, featured; scenes shown from Kiev, Ukraine. [KRAVCHUK - (thru translator) says the deal will go through.] [CLINTON - thanks Kravchuk.] [Earlier, CLINTON - talks about the nuclear weapons in Ukraine.] Clinton's meeting earlier in the day with Eastern European leaders in Prague, Czech Republic, shown while the offer of a conditional relationship with NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) is reviewed. The huge political and economic problems in this region reiterated.

(Moscow: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(London: David Martin) The Ukrainian nuclear warhead diplomacy between US, Ukraine and Russia reviewed; weaponry shown. [KRAVCHUK - (thru translator) comments on the weapons and the G-7's attention to Russia.] [Brookings Institution Bruce BLAIR, Columbia University Alexander MOTYL - talk about the politics of nuclear weapons in Ukraine.]

Braver, Rita;
Martin, David;
Rather, Dan

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