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Kremlin says not disappointed by how U.S-Russia ties are developing


MOSCOW (Reuters) - The Kremlin said on Friday it was not disappointed by how U.S.-Russia ties were developing under U.S. President Donald Trump and that it would only be possible to assess the outlook for relations once the leaders of both countries had met. (Reuters Politics) More More

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