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USSR / Georgia / Armenia / Moldavia #582832

NBC Evening News for Monday, Sep 23, 1991
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(Studio: Faith Daniels) Events in Soviet republics updated. Dissent in Georgia over President Zviad Gamsakhurdia, State Department warning for Americans to stay away from that area, Armenian parliament's vote reclaiming its independence reported; scenes shown. Report introduced.

(Eastern Moldavia: Jim Maceda) Problems in newly independent Moldavia featured; scenes shown. [Two MOLDAVIANS - (thru translator) comment on problems of independence.] Building Moldavian nationalism, reinstatement of Romanian as official language noted. [MOLDAVIAN - (thru translator) says they want to share territory with Romania.] Scenes shown of Russian women's blockade of Moldavian railways and of Moldavian blockade of Russian enclave. [Russian WOMAN - (thru translator) says she was born in Moldavia and is not an occupier.] Need for an outside arbiter to resolve ethnic conflicts noted.

Daniels, Faith;
Maceda, Jim

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