Slovenia Was a Natural Choice for Bush-Putin Summit, Says U.S. Ambassador
Ljubljana, 6 June - U.S. Ambassador to Slovenia Nancy Ely-Raphel hopes the fact that apart from Cyprus' Nicosia, Ljubljana is the only place in the world where the U.S. and Russian embassies lie next to each other, is a good sign that the summit of the U.S. and Russian Presidents, George Bush and Vladimir Putin, scheduled for 16 June in Slovenia would bring positive results. The primary importance of the two presidents' very first meeting would be for President Bush to get to know his Russian counterpart personally, Ely-Raphel said in an interview for STA.
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