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Iraq-US Relations / War Talk / Bush / U.N. #722080

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 19, 2003
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(White House: Suzanne Malveaux) The pressure from President Bush's administration on the NATO allies over war with Iraq featured; details given of the impending U.N. resolution & the issue of defensive aid to Turkey, which wants more money from the US. [With NATO Secretary General Lord George Robertson, BUSH - talks about protecting Turkey from an attack by Iraq.] [ROBERTSON - says NATO is only dealing with deployment issues now.] The economic aid package that Turkey needs to jump start its economy discussed.

(Studio: Aaron Brown) The issue of the second U.N. resolution introduced.

(U.N.: Richard Roth) The view from the U.N. Security Council examined. [Canadian Ambassador to UN Paul HEINBECKER†, Saudi Arabia Ambassador to UN Fawi bin Abdul Majeed SHOBOKSH† {thru translator}, British Ambassador to UN Jeremy GREENSTOCK†- offer views on the debate over Iraq.] [State Department spokesman Richard BOUCHER†- says the Security Council must stand by its demand.] [French Ambassador to UN Jean-Marc de la SABLIERE†- comments on pressure on Iraq.] [Iraqi Ambassador to UN Mohammed al-DOURI†- {thru translator} says no one will find weapons of mass destruction in Iraq.] The coming letter to Iraq from chief U.N. weapons inspector Hans Blix ordering the destruction of missiles test fired beyond the 93-mile range noted.

Reporter(s):
Brown, Aaron;
Malveaux, Suzanne;
Roth, Richard
Duration:
00:06:20

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