NBC Evening News for Monday, Sep 30, 1991
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.
(State Department: John Dancy) [Soviet first deputy foreign minister Vladimir PETROVSKY - (thru translator) says we are ready for dialogue on President Bush's proposals.] Soviet plans to send arms control expert Aleksei Obukhov to the United States to begin talks reported. Soviet desire to reduce underground nuclear testing, convert defense industries to civilian uses and involve other nuclear states noted. Bush shown with wife Barbara at Disney World. [BUSH - says he was pleased with the Soviet reaction.] Question of whether to maintain NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) mentioned. [Defense analyst Barry BLECHMAN - talks about NATO.]
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