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Middle East / Peace Process / Clinton-Netanyahu Meeting #420239

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 20, 1998
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(Studio: Bernard Shaw) Report introduced.

(White House: Wolf Blitzer) The tone of the day's meetings of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu with President Clinton, Vice President Al Gore and Secretary of State Madeleine Albright to discuss peace in the Middle East reviewed. [ALBRIGHT - says we are trying to narrow the gaps; restates the seriousness of the issues.] [Outside White House, NETANYAHU - says he does not feel snubbed by Clinton.] The positive nature of today's talks discussed.

(Studio: Bernard Shaw) Report introduced.

(Washington: Walter Rodgers) The issues behind the peace process that are being discussed today reviewed; several views on the meaning of the current talks presented. [NETANYAHU - says the meetings are very businesslike.] [Political analyst Chemi SHALEV - explains how if the meetings today are not perceived as bad it will be a plus for Netanyahu at home.] [Palestinian negotiator Saeb EREKAT - comments on the peace process.] The importance of what happens after Netanyahu and Palestinian Authority president Yasir Arafat go back home noted.

Reporter(s):
Blitzer, Wolf;
Rodgers, Walter;
Shaw, Bernard
Duration:
00:07:20

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