Politburo (1992) 10/30/1992
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The modern appearance of the Leninist Komsomol.
In the footsteps of the plot about the resale of fighters of Saudi Arabia through a Lithuanian firm.
Russian-Lithuanian ore program.
Boris Yeltsin limits the communication of members of the government with the press.
A joint action of the Politburo and the newspaper Komsomolskaya Pravda: the exchange of hostages, prisoners and killed in Georgia and Abkhazia.
Shooting in detachments and at border posts.
An attempt to organize negotiations on October 25 with the mediation of Alexander Ankvab.
Vladislav Ardzinba on the rules of issuing and exchanging prisoners.
Filming in the camp of Georgian prisoners of war in Gudauta, people tell about the conditions of detention.
Return of POW Amiran Kakhabrishvili to Tbilisi on October 27.
On a visit to Alexander Politkovskiy former advisers to the Minister of Defense of the Russian Federation Alexander Evstigneev, Vasily Sadovnik, Gennady Malkov.
The advisers explain the reasons for their voluntary resignation.
Talk about the current state of the Russian army, discussion of corruption problems.
Politburo news, cartoon.
Interview with Yegor Ligachev on the ongoing reforms in the state and the prospects for the country's return to the course of socialism.
"It's me, Eddie": a plot about low-quality beer.
A.Politkovsky answers the phone calls of spectators.
PersonnelAnkvab A.Z. - Abkhazian statesman and politician, police colonel, acting minister of internal affairs of Abkhazia (1992-1993), president of Abkhazia (2011-2014), businessman.
Ardzinba V.G. - Abkhazian state and political figure, Chairman of the Supreme Council of Abkhazia (1990-1994), President of Abkhazia (1994-2005).
Ligachev E.K. - state and political figure, secretary of the CPSU Central Committee, honorary citizen of the Tomsk region.
Markelov M.Yu. - journalist, TV presenter, politician.
Policy; Armed conflicts; Army Wars, conflicts and disasters; War; Defense and internal security