U.S. Chamber Of Commerce Invites Bush Administration To Closer Interaction With Russia

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce invites the George W. Bush Administration to closer interaction with Russia. Andrew Sommers, president of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in Russia, said so at a press conference in Moscow Wednesday. The chamber has already prepared for the Bush administration some practical recommendations on trade and economic contacts with Russia. Sommers stressed that the Bush administration is serious enough about furthering cooperation with Russia. But still, the American top is now cautiously revising its approach to Russia, and has not yet finally shaped its policy toward that country, he added. James Balaschak, on the board of directors of the American Chamber of Commerce, said that relations between the United States and Russia should be based on an economic footing. At the end of May, representatives of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in Russia will go to Washington D.C., where they are going to discuss in detail their Russia-related report with representatives of the Bush administration.

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