YELTSIN TEMPORIZES ON LEBED.
Publication: Monitor Volume: 1 Issue: 27
After denying June 5 that Yeltsin had seen the resignation papers of Lt. Gen. Aleksandr Lebed, the president’s spokesman told Itar-Tass June 6 that Yeltsin was considering what to do with the controversial commander of the 14th Russian Army. Yeltsin has asked his security advisor Oleg Lobov, defense minister Pavel Grachev and foreign minister Andrei Kozyrev to advise him on the matter.
Ruble “Bubble” Works for Government But Will Burst.