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Middle East Peace Conference: Speeches and President Conferences #882106

CNN Special for Friday, Nov 01, 1991

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Live CNN coverage and analysis of speeches by the following representatives to the Middle East peace conference in Madrid, Spain:

  • Israel Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir
  • Jordan Foreign Minister Kamel Abu Jaber
  • Palestinian Chief Negotiator Haidar Abdel Shafi
  • Lebanon Foreign Minister Fares Bouez
  • Syria Foreign Minister Farouk Al-Sharaa>/li>
  • Egypt Foreign Minister Amre Moussa
  • European Community representative Hans van den Broek
  • USSR Foreign Minister Boris Pankin
  • US Secretary of State James Baker.
  • Live CNN coverage and analysis of press conferences by the following:

  • James Baker and Boris Pankin
  • Yitzhak Shamir (upon his arrival back in Tel Aviv, Israel)
  • Hanan Mikhail Ashrawi (Palestinian spokesperson)
  • Farouk Al-Shara
  • Benjamin Netanyahu (Israel Deputy Foreign Minister)
  • Kamel Abu Jaber and Jordan delegate Abdel Salam Majali.

  • Live interview by Linda Scherzer (CNN) and Bernard Shaw (CNN) with Netanyahu.
  • Live interview by Shaw, Jim Clancy (CNN), and Scherzer with Ashrawi.
  • Live interview by Shaw with Jordan spokesperson Marwan Muasher.

  • Analysis includes contributions by Washington Institute for Near East Policy Director Martin Indyk, Bassma Kodmani-Darwish of the French Institute for International Relations, and former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger.
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