TITLE

Remarks on the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty and an Exchange With Reporters

PUB. DATE
July 1999
SOURCE
Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents;7/26/99, Vol. 35 Issue 29, p1424
SOURCE TYPE
Government Documents
DOC. TYPE
Speech
ABSTRACT
Presents the text of a speech by United States President Bill Clinton and his exchange with reporters on July 20, 1999 concerning the ratification of the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty, Taiwan and China relations, the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty and Kyoto Treaty.
ACCESSION #
2220195

 

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