KOZYREV: NO NEED FOR A VETO.
Publication: Monitor Volume: 1 Issue: 28
Russian foreign minister Andrei Kozyrev said in London June 7 that Russia did not need to cast a veto at the United Nations because the new NATO rapid deployment force for Bosnia was well within the terms of the UN mandate, Moscow radio reported. Talks with British officials on NATO enlargement were less conclusive. Also on June 7, Interfax reported that Russian defense minister Pavel Grachev would not be visiting NATO headquarters June 9 as US officials had announced. Grachev will be in Sochi at the Yeltsin-Kuchma summit.
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