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George Bush to take part in celebrating St.Petersburg's anniversary

US President George Bush will arrive in St.Petersburg to take part in celebrations of the city's 300th anniversary, the White House press service officially announced.

According to the press service, on May 30th Bush will leave for Europe where he will visit Poland, Russia and France.

During the visit to Poland the US President will meet his Polish counterpart Akeksander Kwasniewski. After that Bush will leave for St.Petersburg to meet Russian leader Vladimir Putin and participate in the celebrations of St.Petersburg's 300th anniversary.

After Russia the US President will visit France to take part in the G8 summit in Evian, the press service reported.

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