Russia's new Washington envoy meets US ambassador to Russia

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August 28, 2017 14:23
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MOSCOW - Russia's new ambassador to the United States Anatoly Antonov met US ambassador to Russia John Tefft on Monday to discuss ties between Moscow and Washington, the Russian Foreign Ministry said Monday.

Antonov, appointed ambassador by presidential decree last week, takes over from Sergei Kislyak, whose contacts with members of President Donald Trump's campaign team made him a central figure in the row over alleged Russian influence in the US presidential election.

The two men discussed bilateral relations and "some international problems," the ministry said.


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