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Bush to Host Putin at Camp David September 26-27

Bush to Host Putin at Camp David September 26-27

U.S., Russian leaders to discuss shared challenges of 21st century

President Bush will host Russian President Vladimir Putin at the presidential retreat at Camp David September 26-27.

Following is the White House announcement:

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THE WHITE HOUSE
Office of the Press Secretary
September 15, 2003

Statement by the Press Secretary

VISIT OF PRESIDENT VLADIMIR PUTIN OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION

President Bush and Mrs. Bush will welcome Russian President Vladimir Putin and Mrs. Putin to Camp David on September 26-27, 2003. The President looks forward to this meeting as another opportunity for the United States and Russia to deepen their cooperation to deal with the shared challenges of the 21st century.

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