The White House has released new details of President Bush's planned May trip commemorating the end of World War II in Europe with stops in Russia and three other countries.
A White House statement released Thursday, said President Bush will meet the presidents of Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania in Riga, Latvia May 6.
In the Netherlands President Bush is is expected to take part in commemorations of the end of World War II in Europe on May 8.
He will then travel to Russia, which commemorates the end of the war on May 9, and meet President Vladimir Putin.
Mr. Bush will conclude his visit in Tbilisi, Georgia, where the White House says he plans to "underscore his support for democracy."