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Vancouver, Canada / Clinton-Yeltsin Summit / Nizhny Novgorod #592575

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Apr 03, 1993
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(Studio: Garrick Utley) Report introduced.

(Vancouver: Tom Brokaw) The background to the summit meeting between President Clinton and Russian President Boris Yeltsin featured; scenes shown of Yeltsin, Clinton and Canadian Prime Minister Brian Mulroney.

(Vancouver: Andrea Mitchell) First impressions of Clinton on the world's stage featured; scenes shown from Vancouver, Canada. [YELTSIN - (thru translator) warns that the Communists want revenge.] The problems presented to both leaders by the offering of a United States aid package outlined; tenets of the aid plan listed. [CLINTON - comments.] White House worries about Yeltsin's future and the means by which Clinton will "sell" further aid to Russia to the American people discussed.

(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Nizhny Novgorod: Bob Abernethy) Efforts by one Russian city to develop private industry with the help of American volunteers featured; scenes shown from Nizhny Novgorod, Russia. [International Executive Service Corps Joseph KAROLY, television factory director Viktor KOPYLOV (thru translator) - talk about American help.] [Peace Corps Adrienne BURNS, Bill FRAZIER - cite the business help and government stabilization the Russians need.]

(Vancouver: Tom Brokaw) The ten-fold increase in the price of potatoes in Russia mentioned.

Abernethy, Bob;
Brokaw, Tom;
Mitchell, Andrea;
Utley, Garrick

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