Report: Russia doubts in Trump's promise to work with Moscow in Syria

By REUTERS
November 14, 2016 15:48

 
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MOSCOW - Moscow is skeptical about pre-election promises made by the U.S. president-elect Donald Trump to cooperate with Russia in Syria, a Russia's foreign ministry official said on Monday, Interfax news agency reported.

Ilya Rogachyov told Interfax that president-elect Trump would be only able to proceed with ideas that are approved by "establishment, political elite in the US."

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