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here and now (1999) 02/15/1999

Film-document №72955 1 part, Duration: 0:17:29 to collection Price category V3
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Anchorperson: Aleksandr Lyubimov

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The theme of the day is ten years since the withdrawal of Soviet troops from Afghanistan and whether the war can be considered complete.

Shooting in March 1988: the BTR column passes through the bridge.

Guests of the program: General Boris Gromov (teleconference with the studio "Russia"), veteran of the Afghan war Eugene Lyapin (studio), Lieutenant-General Alexander Epifanov and Yasin Sadeqi (space bridge).

BV Gromov's opinion on the current situation in Tajikistan and Afghanistan, assessment of the danger for Tajikistan.

Key factors that pose a threat to the Central Asian region.

Evaluation of the Taliban as a military-political force.

Nikolai Reznichenko, commander of the border guard group of the Federal Border Service of the Russian Federation in Tajikistan, by phone from Dushanbe: statistics of violations of the border and fighting clashes.

Who benefits from war in general and what lies behind the Afghan war.

Statistics of drug trafficking, a discussion of data with AF Epifanov.

Collective assessment of the role of the US government in fomenting the war.

Announcement of the "Vzglyad" program, dedicated to the war in Afghanistan.

Personnel

Gromov BV - Russian politician, military leader, colonel-general, Hero of the Soviet Union.
Lyapin E.I. - Candidate of Philosophy, veteran of the war in Afghanistan, lieutenant of the reserve, consultant to the Security Council of the Russian Federation (since 1993), public figure.
Epifanov AF - Lieutenant-General of the Customs Service, First Chief of the North Caucasus Customs Administration (SKTU).
Sadeki Ya.M. - Candidate of Chemical Engineering Sciences, Lieutenant-General, former Chief of the Main Political Administration in Afghanistan.

The War in Afghanistan; Policy