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Clinton / Overseas Visit #428164

CNN Evening News for Monday, Nov 15, 1999
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(Studio: Judy Woodruff) Report introduced.

(Ankara: John King) President Clinton's hope to make his mark in international affairs in his last year or so in office featured; scenes shown from his stop in Turkey; details given of his role in the China trade deal and the Cyprus, the Northern Ireland and Middle East peace talks. [CLINTON - says the United States is proud to stand with Turkey.] [Carnegie Institute David KRAMER - says the United States has little leverage with Russia and the Chechnya conflict.] Clinton's plans to meet with Russian President Boris Yeltsin during the weekend summit in Istanbul noted. [Russian foreign minister Igor IVANOV - (thru translator) opposes outside involvement in Russian affairs.] The tentative deal for the United States to pay its United Nations debts noted.

King, John;
Woodruff, Judy

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