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Bush to Travel to Poland, Russia and France G8

Bush to Travel to Poland, Russia and France

(Will participate in G-8 Summit) (160)

Washinton File: President Bush is traveling to Poland, Russia and France beginning May 30, according to the following White House announcement:

THE WHITE HOUSE Office of the Press Secretary (New London, Connecticut) May 21, 2003

Statement by the Press Secretary


The President will travel to Poland, Russia, and France beginning May 30, 2003. President Bush looks forward to his return trip to Poland, where he will meet with Polish President Kwasniewski and reinforce the warm ties between the Polish and American people. From Poland, the President will travel to St. Petersburg, Russia, where he will meet with Russian President Putin and participate in ceremonies commemorating the 300th anniversary of the city of St. Petersburg. President Bush will then travel to Evian-les-Bains, France, to participate in the G-8 Summit hosted by French President Jacques Chirac.

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