Sight 28.02.2000 (2000)

Telecast №68585, 1 part, duration: 0:40:35
Production: VID
Anchor:Aleksandr Lyubimov

Reel №1

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Alexander Lyubimov says to continue work on a film about the slave trade in Chechnya.

Guests of the studio - Cyril and Michael Efremovich Perchenko.

The boy and his father talk about the abduction of Cyril.

By the fifth anniversary of the death of Vlad Listyev.

Fragment V.N.Listeva interviews from the archives of the Novosibirsk TV on March 15, 1991: how to live in a changed world.

Fragment of the program "The View" of 22 December 1999: a story about a handicapped girl from Volgograd.

The family will be able to move into a new apartment, which repaired soldiers in Afghanistan.

A letter with the request to transfer the benefits soldiers in Afghanistan on admission to colleges to veterans of the Chechen campaigns.

Handling transmit deputy Alexei Melnikov.


Melnikov explains the intricacies of laws and amendments.

New life of refugees.

Filming in Dushanbe in February 1990, riots in the streets.

The plot of the refugees from Tajikistan, based in Borisoglebsk.

Former mayor Anatoly son, CEO of the cooperative "HOKO" Anatoly Balashov and other members of the cooperative told about the move.

Construction of a new district Borisoglebsk.

Life refugee families in trailers.

Lack of financing construction.

The studio Anatoly Balashov said about the complexities of the construction.

Discussion of the state migration policy concept.

Funding problems.

Opinion Grigory Yavlinsky: resettlement in economically favorable regions as a strategic interest of the country.

Ending the conversation with Alexey Melnikov of laws and amendments.

Discussion aid Borisoglebsk builders.


Leaves VN - TV presenter, journalist, first Director General of ORT, a businessman. Melnikov AY - Economist, social and political activist. Yavlinsky GA - Politician, doctor of economic sciences, writer and publicist.

Calendar: 02.1990 03/15/1991 22.12.1999

Locations: Novosibirsk [949] Volgograd [946] Voronezh region [775] Dushanbe [983]

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