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MOSCOW, June 14 (Itar-Tass) - Russian President Vladimir Putin and US President Barack Obama will discuss cooperation on fight against terrorism at their talks on June 17. Their talks will be held on the sidelines of the G8 summit in Northern Ireland, Russian president’s aide Yuri Ushakov, said.
The two presidents will discuss “deepening cooperation in the anti-terrorism sphere,” Ushakov said. “Critical need for close, free of politicizing cooperation between the Russian and American secret services has found confirmation in connection with the tragic events in Boston on April 15,” he added.
“The Russian side is also interested in cooperation with American secret services to ensure security at the Sochi Olympic Games,” Ushakov added.