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For Immediate Release
Office of the Press Secretary
November 14, 2001

New U.S.-Russian Relationship Announced

"Our countries are embarked on a new relationship for the 21st century, founded on a commitment to the values of democracy, the free market, and the rule of law. The United States and Russia have overcome the legacy of the Cold War. Neither country regards the other as an enemy or threat.  Aware of our responsibility to contribute to international security, we are determined to work together, and with other nations and international organizations, including the United Nations, to promote security, economic well-being, and a peaceful, prosperous, free world."

Joint Statement by President George W. Bush and President Vladimir V. Putin on a New Relationship Between the United States and Russia 11/13/01

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