Radio Slovenia on Bush-Putin Meeting: Loving Discussions About U.S.-Russian Differences
Ljubljana, 17 June - PRESS/BUSH - PUTIN
The meeting of presidents Bush and Putin in Slovenia could be seen as a new beginning, despite obvious differences which remain between the countries and are not denied by either Washington or Moscow. In comparison to the relations of their predecessors, which were brought to a high level at the beginning and seem to fade later on in the game, the new U.S. and Russian presidents provided for a good show of mutual inclination and openness, the Slovene national radio commented the Bush-Putin meeting on Sunday.
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