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MOSCOW, RUSSIA (SEPTEMBER 10, 2012) (REUTERS) VARIOUS OF EXTERIOR OF U.S. EMBASSY IN MOSCOW WITH AMERICAN FLAG VARIOUS OF RUSSIAN BROADCASTER TINA KANDELAKI APPROACHING U.S. EMBASSY TO RECEIVE NEW VISA VARIOUS OF BILLBOARD OUTSIDE EMBASSY WITH CONSULAR INFORMATION HEAD OF NON-IMMIGRANT VISA SECTION AT U.S. EMBASSY IN MOSCOW BILL BISTRANSKY TALKING OUTSIDE EMBASSY SIGN ON EMBASSY READING 'WELCOME CONSULAR SECTION' (SOUNDBITE) (English) HEAD OF NON-IMMIGRANT VISA SECTION AT U.S. EMBASSY IN MOSCOW BILL BISTRANSKY SAYING: "We're very pleased, because our goal with this is to try and encourage greater contact between citizens of the United States and citizens of the Russian Federation. We want to attract Russians to come to the United States not just once or twice, but multiple times over those three years." FLAG PIN ON BISTRANSKI'S JACKET (SOUNDBITE) (English) HEAD OF NON-IMMIGRANT VISA SECTION AT U.S. EMBASSY IN MOSCOW BILL BISTRANSKY SAYING: "It's actually a historic move because both Russia and the United States are taking concrete steps to facilitate travel between the two countries, so I think on the first level we'll see more people-to-people contact, more Russians will see the United States firsthand - not just what they see on television or in the press, but actually see America, and hopefully not just the big cities on the coast, but actually to go into the heartland of America. On the other side, we hope to see more American citizens coming to Russia to visit this wonderful country." KANDELAKI EXITING EMBASSY BUILDING, APPROACHING JOURNALISTS FOR INTERVIEW JOURNALISTS INTERVIEWING KANDELAKI (SOUNDBITE) (Russian) RUSSIAN BROADCASTER TINA KANDELAKI, SAYING: "I remember really well how I gave my fingerprints, how I stood in long lines - it all took a long time. Today this all just literally took a few seconds. This is great, you know, to feel like you're a full world citizen." KANDELAKI DISPLAYING HER VISA (SOUNDBITE) (Russian) RUSSIAN BROADCASTER TINA KANDELAKI, SAYING: "You know, it seems to me that this is a very important accomplishment of agreement and understanding between our countries. I was telling Bill (Bistranski) that, you know, despite the fact that many people divide Russia and America, we're very similar. We're two of the largest countries (in the world)." REPORTERS INTERVIEWING KANDELAKI PEOPLE NEAR EMBASSY U.S. EMBASSY SEAL ON WALL VARIOUS OF PEOPLE NEAR EMBASSY
Dateline: 2012

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