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US-Russia Relations / Clinton-Putin Talks / Media #394360

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jun 04, 2000
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(Studio: John Roberts) Report introduced.

(Moscow: Bill Plante) President Clinton's summit meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin to discuss nuclear issues featured; details given of lack of progress on a United States missile defense system. [CLINTON, PUTIN (thru translator) -state their positions on weapons systems.] [CLINTON - comments on the war in Chechnya.] [PUTIN - (thru translator) says Russia will never again choose confrontation with the US.]

(Studio: John Roberts) Clinton's statements on Russian radio about a free press noted.

(Moscow: David Hawkins) Russian media criticism of the Russian politicians examined; details given of the May 11 raid on the media headquarters. [On the radio, CLINTON - talks about democracy.] [NTV anchor Yevgeny KISELYOV - says the government's message is serve us or die; points out that the raiders were members on the federal security service; suggests Putin's government will soon imprison journalists.]

Reporter(s):
Hawkins, David;
Plante, Bill;
Roberts, John
Duration:
00:04:30

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