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Clinton's Trip / Ukraine's Nuclear Weapons #595631

NBC Evening News for Monday, Jan 10, 1994
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(Prague: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Brussels: Andrea Mitchell) Announcement by President Clinton during his first European trip that Ukraine has agreed to give up all the nuclear weapons left there when the Soviet union broke up featured; its current nuclear arsenal detailed. [CLINTON - calls it an historic breakthrough.] The problems in the politics of getting the deal passed in Ukraine outlined. NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) noted signing Clinton's proposal to offer military training but not immediate membership to former Communist nations in Eastern Europe; scenes shown of the signing ceremonies. [Russian ultranationalist Vladimir ZHIRINOVSKY - calls it mistake.] NATO's hesitant approach to the civil war in Bosnia noted. [CLINTON - talks about the war in Bosnia.]

Reporter(s):
Brokaw, Tom;
Mitchell, Andrea
Duration:
00:02:50

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