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Los Angeles Times
MOSCOW - Russian President
Boris Yeltsin said yesterday he remains
opposed to the expansion of NATO but
predicted he will strike a compromise
with President Clinton on the volatile
issue when the two meet next month in
Declaring himself "fully recovered"
from the ailments that have sidelined
him since last summer, Yeltsin chose the
occasion of an important military holi-
day - the Day of the Defender of the
Fatherland - to reassert his power and
Russia's position in international affairs.
"We must not allow confrontation
between East and West during this peri-
od," he said during a rare encounter with
reporters. "It has already happened
more than once that we failed to find a
chance to make peace with each other.
This opportunity should not be missed."
Walking steadily, speaking clearly and
appearing more vigorous than he has in
many months, Yeltsin laid a wreath at
Russia's Tomb of the Unknown Soldier
and then answered reporters' questions
for the first time this year.
While opening the door to a compro-
mise with Clinton, Yeltsin insisted he
has no intention of yielding in his oppo-
sition to the eastward expansion of
NATO. Among the countries under con-
sideration for membership in NATO are
Poland, Hungary and the Czech
"We are against NATO's expansion
to the east, in the direction of the bor-
ders of the Russian Federation," he said.
"We are firm in our position. Our task
now is to stall it as long as possible."
By delaying a decision to expand
NATO, Yeltsin said he hopes to "erode"
the drive to add new members to the
Western military alliance.
Nevertheless, Yeltsin said he will
keep the commitment he made Friday
to visiting Secretary of State Madeleine
Albright that he will seek to reach a
compromise on NATO at the Helsinki
meeting, scheduled for March 20-21.
"We have agreed to look for a com,
promise," he said, "and I think we will.
find this compromise at the summit we
are holding with President Clinton."Ych
Yeltsin, declaring that his period of
illness is over, said he lost 57 pounds as
a result of his November heart bypass
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stop the new system on January 10, two
days before it was scheduled to go into
effect. On January 21, the Michigan
Court of Appeals overturned that ruling.
"By trying to play catch-up games,
the drivers just can't satisfy everyone;'
Haas said. "It'll work its way out, but
it'll just take a little time."
But Jerome Kamano, manager of the
Diag Party Shoppe on State Street, said
the distribution system itself is ineffi-
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CHILD CARE NEEDED starting April for
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Prefer own car but will do without for right
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CHILD CARE NEEDED for 3 children 18
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Some store owners, however, favor
the new private system over the state
"I'm looking forward to the privati-
zation," said Richard Devarti, manager
of Dominick's restaurant, which will
reopen after spring break. "With com-
petition, the prices will come down.
Before, the state had a monopoly:'
In a letter to bars, stores and restau-
rants with liquor licenses, Gov. John
Engler wrote that this system will be
"I am confident that this new system
will not only be more reliable and effi-
cient for you and your business, but will.
also save hard-earned taxpayers' dol-
lars," Engler wrote.
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