WASHINGTON (AP) - President Barack Obama says he wants Russia
and the United States to work more closely to fight terrorism.
Obama told a Russian television station that no single country
can stop terrorists who have attacked places throughout the world.
He said he looks forward to "increasing cooperation between the
United States and Russia" in stemming terrorism.
Obama said he called Russian President Dmitry Medvedev
immediately after the deadly March 29 attacks on Moscow subway
stations. He said he pledged that the U.S. will help "in any way
that Moscow thought made sense in helping to find the
The interview was conducted Thursday at the White House. The
transcript was released Saturday.
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