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Biden and Putin to talk this week on Europe's security and Ukraine before possible January meeting

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Biden and Putin to talk this week on Europe's security and Ukraine before possible January meeting

Biden and Putin to talk this week on Europe's security and Ukraine before possible January meeting

Moscow's deputy envoy to the UN Dmitry Polyanskiy said US-Russian talks next month should be "serious" and not just some "blah blah "blah".


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