here and now 03/25/1999 (1999)

Telecast №73144, 1 part, duration: 0:17:30
Production: VID
Anchor:Aleksandr Lyubimov

Reel №1

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The theme of the day is NATO missile strikes against Yugoslavia.

A fragment of the news release: a protest rally in front of the US embassy in Moscow.

Guest program - Sergei Lavrov (space bridge from New York).

An excerpt from March 24: Andranik Migranyan, a forecast of the consequences of NATO actions.

Sergey Lavrov on the reaction of the UN Security Council and the participating countries.

Excerpt from March 24: James Shea argues that NATO will strike only on military targets.

S. Lavrov on the actions that the UN can take in this situation.

Statistics of the victims.

The work of information sources of the UN Security Council.

The teacher of the Russian language South Katich from Pristina on the phone about the course of the bombings and the number of victims.

Sergey Lavrov on the suspension of cooperation between Russia and NATO.


Lavrov S.V. - State and political figure, Honored Worker of the Diplomatic Service of the Russian Federation, Permanent Representative of the Russian Federation to the United Nations (1994-2004), permanent Member of the Security Council of the Russian Federation (since 2004), Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation (since 2004), Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador. Migranyan A.M. - Russian political scientist, candidate of historical sciences, professor of the comparative political science department of MGIMO, member of the board of the Union of Armenians of Russia. Shea (Shei), D.P. - Doctor of Philosophy, Bachelor of Arts, Professor, Teacher, Assistant Secretary General of NATO and Deputy Director for Information and Press (1993-2000), Director of Information and Press (2000-2003).

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