Source Pravda.Ru

President Putin spoke highly of results of his meeting with US president

President of Russia Vladimir Putin spoke highly of the results of his meeting with U.S. president George Bush.

Speaking in the Kremlin on Monday at the conference with the members of the government, the president of Russia noted that the meeting had not only been held "in a very open regime but also brought results" in the number of the discussed questions, from the point of view of the two signed documents, and from the standpoint of "synchronizing watches on the key problems and on interaction in the international arena".

The Russian-U.S. summit meeting was held at the town of Pushkin near St. Petersburg last week.

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