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European Security Check (Part I) #404936

CNN Evening News for Monday, Feb 19, 1996
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(Studio: Ralph Begleiter) Introduction of a series of reports called "European Security Check" on the revival of a mood of transatlantic cooperation noted.

(Europe: Ralph Begleiter) The importance of the peace mission in Bosnia for NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) featured; scenes shown of troops in the field. [NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) Secretary General Javier SOLANA - says when Europe and the United States work together, success is possible.] The concern about the annual cycle of spring violence in Bosnia between the Muslims and Serbs and the Europeans' concern about the possible early withdrawal of United States troops from the peacekeeping operation noted. [Supreme NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) commander General George JOULWAN - outlines a momentum for peace.] [Senators Joseph LIEBERMAN, John McCAIN - worry that the slow peace may lead to a request that the United States stay longer than a year.] Suggestions from German Chancellor Helmut Kohl about the funding of Bosnia's reconstruction cited.

Begleiter, Ralph

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