Putin-Bush Summit Will Place Slovenia at the Peak of History, Says Russian Ambassador
Ljubljana, 6 June - While the agenda of the first meeting between the Russian and U.S. Presidents, Vladimir Putin and George Bush, has not yet been determined, "strategic stability and global security" and the related preservation of the 1972 anti-ballistic missile treaty - which has been the foundation of the world's strategic stability for 30 years - are sure to have an important place at the summit scheduled to take place in Slovenia on 16 June, Russian Ambassador to Slovenia Tigran Karakhanov said in an interview for STA.
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