MOSCOW TO STICK TO CHINESE BORDER AGREEMENT?
Publication: Monitor Volume: 2 Issue: 73
The outspoken governor of Russia’s Far Eastern Primorsky Krai backpedaled April 12 from his claim one day earlier that Boris Yeltsin had called for suspension of the demarcation operation on the Chinese-Russian border. (See Monitor, April 12) Yevgeny Nazdratenko’s U-turn came as Russian Foreign Ministry officials insisted that Russia would observe the terms of a 1991 border agreement with China. (Reuter, April 12)
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