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US-China Relations / Talks and Video / Bush and Environment #438845

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Apr 19, 2001
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(Washington: Wolf Blitzer) Report introduced.

(Pentagon: Jamie McIntyre) The war of pictures between the United States and China over the opposition's plane activities and the breakup of two rounds of talks featured; both sides' videos shown. [Pentagon spokesman R/Admiral Craig QUIGLEY - reacts to China's video of United States aircraft flights.] [Chinese embassy spokesman ZHANG Yuanyuan - explains why the plane is still in China.] The plans for future surveillance flights near China outlined.

(Washington: Wolf Blitzer) Report introduced.

(White House: John King) The low-key reaction from the White House about relations with China and President Bush's agreement to support a treaty calling for the end of use of toxic chemicals reported.

Blitzer, Wolf;
King, John;
McIntyre, Jamie

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