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Bush, Putin agree on
Afghanistan plan

US President George W Bush and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin on Thursday agreed on speeding up efforts to form a new administration in Afghanistan.

US National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice said the two leaders "talked about the importance of getting the political arrangements accelerated now, given the accelerating situation on the ground."

"Both instructed their foreign ministers to press that point very, very hard with the United Nations, as well as with their colleagues in other places," she added.

Afghanistan and the global war on terrorism dominated the three-day summit.

The talks, however, did not produce any results as far as the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty signed by the two countries.

Bush and Putin agreed to significantly cut their nuclear arsenals over the next decade.

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