here and now (2000) 06/29/2000
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Russia's permanent representative to the UN, Sergei Lavrov, speaks of the West's interest in improving relations with Russia, about the need to improve the situation In Kosovo, on measures to preserve cultural values and to prevent vandalism in Kosovo and about the inaction of the UN mission in this matter, the point of view of European Politicians and the media on the situation in Chechnya, about the UN's approval of Russia's recent foreign policy steps and the prospects for joint action In solving various problems, contradictions in matters with Yugoslavia and Iraq (a space bridge from New York).
PACE President Lord Russell Johnson talks about his misunderstanding of the situation of torture and slave trade in Chechnya (a teleconference from London).
PersonnelLavrov Sergey Viktorovich - statesman, diplomat