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Russia / Chechnya Unrest / Grigoriev Interview #401608

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 17, 1996
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(Studio: Hilary Bowker) Interview held with former Gorbachev deputy spokesman Sergei Grigoriev about the consequences of the unrest in Chechnya. [GRIGORIEV - says the Chechen problem will effect Russian President Boris Yeltsin if he runs for reelection in June; recounts the breakdown of negotiations between the Russians and the Chechens; says the hijacking of a Turkish ferry adds an international aspect to the issue; emphasizes that the location of Chechnya is near oil pipelines; adds that Yeltsin must win the war or withdraw and is now making political mistakes.]

Bowker, Hilary

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