US President George Bush has spoken for development of US-Russia "strategic relations embracing all key issues". Mr. Bush made this statement in the White House on Thursday, in an interview with a group of Arab and European journalists representing the countries he intended to visit during his trip to Europe and the Middle East.
When touching upon Russian-American relations, the US President stated that he completely trusted Vladimir Putin and believed the two countries must continue developing their relations. "We must overcome all our disagreements in the security, energy and economic areas until they develop into problems," the US President stated
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