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President Bush yesterday said he did not know whether Russia's proposal to relocate a U.S. missile-defense system to Azerbaijan was "technically feasible" and offered Serbia possible rewards if it agreed to make Kosovo independent.
President Bush yesterday kept the pressure on Russian President Vladimir Putin, making the first stop by a U.S. president in Albania and bluntly declaring that the Kosovo province should be allowed to break away from Serbia, a Kremlin ally.