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【ミレニアムカウントダウン】RUSSIA: MILLENNI・・・


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93913719
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【ミレニアムカウントダウン】RUSSIA: MILLENNIUM CELEBRATIONS WRAP (10)
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2000年1月1日
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RUSSIA: MILLENNIUM CELEBRATIONS WRAP (10)
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Russian/Nat The lights stayed on, nuclear missiles remained in their silos and atomic reactors continued running as Russia entered the Year 2000 on Saturday with no immediate problems reported. Burdened by clumsy Soviet-era technology and a lack of money to upgrade, Russia had been viewed as one of the countries most likely to suffer disruptions if the transition to 2000 confused computer chronometers. The news was welcomed by revellers in Moscow's Red Square where over one million people celebrated in subzero temperatures. In Red Square, pop bands and fireworks kept the vodka-fuelled crowds entertained as part of the millennium World Folk Festival. The Festival had been billed as a celebration of folklore from all over Russian. Revellers waited under the Saviour's Tower as it made the countdown to midnight. At the stroke of midnight, fireworks lit up the Moscow skyline, painting the Kremlin in a shower of colour. Elsewhere in Russia, engineers breathed a sigh of relief when Y2K failed to effect the country's nuclear weapons and reactors, as well as the power grid. In recent weeks, Russian officials had repeatedly stated that the country's critical systems were ready for Y2K - either because computers had been modified or, as in the case of the electricity grid, some automatic operations had been turned over to human control. But even up until the last minute of 1999, no one was sure exactly how the computers would react. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) "All of the major enterprises which we feared might be affected by the Y2K problem have reported the successful transition to the new date, all our atomic power stations and all our military and defence enterprises." SUPER CAPTION: Evgeny Adamov, Russian Minister of Atomic Energy The news was welcomed by revellers in Red Square. Dating from the late 15th century, just after the Kremlin walls were completed, Red Square has long been a focal point in the social and political history of Russia. It has been the scene of executions, demonstrations, riots, parades and momentous speeches. At its southern end is the Cathedral of St. Basil the Blessed. This wondrous nine-towered structure was also bathed in the colours of the fireworks as the crowds screamed and clapped. Built between 1554-1560, the Cathedral commemorates the defeat of the Tartars (Mongols) by Ivan the Terrible. To the east is GUM, the former State Department Store. On the west is Lenin's tomb. Prior to 1991 and the fall of the communist Soviet Union, the annual May Day and October Revolution (November 7) Day anniversary parades were probably the best- known celebrations held in Red Square. On Saturday, revellers said they hoped Red Rere Square would endure through the next millennium. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) "And we hope that everything will be better. And we hope that everything will be better in the world and in our country. Everything will be OK." SUPER CAPTION: VOXPOP Many were also celebrating the resignation of Boris Yeltsin. SOUNDBITE: (Russian): "Our President gave us a very nice present. Every year we should get such a nice present." SUPER CAPTION: VOXPOP Moscow, Russia - December 31, 1999 and January 1, 2000 MX 1. Wide shot push in to MS Red Square 2. Red Square with fireworks 3. Close up clock on Spassky Tower 4. Wide shot people opening champagne on Red Square 5. Man opening champagne 6. People lifting bottles 7. Wide shot hall 8. Minister Adamov talking to U-S 9. Close up digital screen with U-S Energy Secretary Bill Richardson 10. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Evgeny Adamov, Russian Minister of Atomic Energy 11. Wide shot applause 12. People raising toast 13. People raising toast 14. Zoom out from firework to WS crowd outside Moscow City Hall 15. Crowd with firework 16. Close up people with sparklers 17. Crowd on Pushkin Square 18. People applauding 19. SOUNDBITE: VOXPOP 20. SOUNDBITE: VOXPOP 21. Pull-out from people dancing on stage to WS crowd 22. Performers on stage 23. People dancing
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