NBC Evening News for Friday, Nov 29, 1991
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(Studio: Keith Morrison) Lack of cash in the USSR noted. Report introduced.
(Kiev: Jim Maceda) The push for independence in the Soviet republic of the Ukraine featured; scenes shown from Kiev, Ukraine, USSR ; word that United States will recognize a free Ukraine despite warning from President Mikhail Gorbachev that losing the Ukraine would kill chances for a new union noted. [Gorbachev spokesman Andrei GRACHEV; Ukrainian deputy Les TERNIUK - (thru translator) comment.] [Ukraine president Leonid KRAVCHUK - (thru translator) opposes any union.]
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