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Bush / Summits / US-European Relations / Middle East / Peace Road Map #729961

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Jun 01, 2003
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Publier, France: John King) President Bush’s attendance at the G-8 Summit in France, the first opportunity to mend rifts over the war with iraq, featured; details given about US relations with the other G-8 members; scenes shown of Bush with French President Jacques Chirac, Russian President Vladimir Putin and other world leaders. [CHIRAC {thru translator} – says he met with Bush in a positive manner.] [BUSH – comments on US-Russia relations.] [PUTIN {thru translator} – comments on Russia’s relations with Iran following charges that Iran is using Russian technology to develop nuclear weapons.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Protests surrounding the G-8 Summit shown. Bush’s trip to Egypt tomorrow to meet with Arab leaders, including Palestinian Prime Minister Mahmoud Abbas, before moving on to Jordan to meet with Abbas and Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon noted. Bush’s accomplishments during his presidency listed.

(No location given: William Schneider) Bush’s power & prestige on the world stage, as he prepares to leave the G-8 in France for meetings in the Middle East, discussed; details given about the status of US-European relations, expectations for the Middle East peace process and why Bush is pursuing the road map to peace despite opposition from his political base.

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
King, John;
Schneider, William
Duration:
00:07:30

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