ACCESSION NUMBER:210818 FILE ID:AE-409 DATE:01/23/92 TITLE:WHITE HOUSE REPORT, THURSDAY, JANUARY 23 (01/23/92) TEXT:*AEF409 01/23/92 WHITE HOUSE REPORT, THURSDAY, JANUARY 23 (Yeltsin/U.N.summit, Demirel, CIA, drug summit) (290) YELTSIN MEETING PLANNED President Bush and Russian Republic President Yeltsin will meet at Camp David February 1 for a working luncheon and discussion of nuclear issues and developments in the former Soviet Union. Deputy Press Secretary Gary Foster said the two leaders "plan an informal exchange of views on recent developments in Russia and on the major issues in the U.S.-Russian relationship, including nuclear arms, humanitarian aid, and the Russian economic program." The Camp David session, Foster said, substitutes for a bilateral meeting at the United Nations summit January 31. He said bilaterals between Bush and other heads of government will be scheduled around the summit, but no details are now available. Bush will be in New York January 30 and 31. TURKISH PRIME MINISTER TO VISIT WASHINGTON Turkey's Prime Minister Demirel will make an official visit to Washington on February 11; no details were given. STUDEMAN SELECTED FOR CIA POST The president has nominated Vice Admiral William Studeman, director of the National Security Agency, to be deputy director of central intelligence. He would succeed Richard Kerr. Studeman had previously served as director of naval intelligence, and as director of the long range planning group for the Department of the Navy. DRUG SUMMIT SLATED The second anti-narcotics summit will be held in San Antonio, Texas, on February 26 and 27. White House Press Secretary Marlin Fitzwater said it will be "another important milestone in the war on drugs." Bush will be joined by the leaders of Mexico, Ecuador, Venezuela, Bolivia, Colombia and Peru. NNNN .