Bush and Putin: We Have Established Lasting and Extensive Dialogue
Brdo pri Kranju, 16 June - BUSH - PUTIN/SUMMIT
The U.S. President George W. Bush said he and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin began to discuss today "a new security framework". Putin added that there are some "differences" between Russia and the U.S. on certain issues, but these "are not of a fundamental nature". Putin thought that "a very good base" was founded today for co-operation and dialogue in the future. He stressed that Russia and the U.S. "are not enemies" and could be good allies.
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