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Putin says Russia can play key role in Middle East, has good Iran ties: Arabiya

Reuters Sunday, 13 October 2019
Russian President Vladimir Putin said Russia can play a key role in the Middle East as it has good relations with Iran and the Arab world, he told Saudi-owned Al Arabiya TV in an interview broadcast on Sunday.
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