Source Pravda.Ru

Vladimir Putin And George W. Bush Adopt "plan Of Joint Actions" In Addition To Six Previously-signed Statements

Russian President Vladimir Putin and his American counterpart George W. Bush have adopted "The Plan of Joint Actions" in addition to six previously signed statements, Sergei Prikhodko, the Deputy Chief of the Presidential Administration, was quoted as saying following the negotiations between the two leaders. According to him, the document "coordinates joint actions, which will be performed in addition to the six previously signed statements." Prikhodko called "The Plan of Joint Actions" a working document. He also added that the scope of the document covered combating global challenges to the security, the issues of political, military and economic cooperation, as well as precise spheres of bilateral relations.

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