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Kissinger calls Putin-Trump meeting a chance to mend ties

By Maria Tsvetkova MOSCOW (Reuters) - Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin have an opportunity to mend their countries' ties when they meet next week, former top U.S. diplomat Henry Kissinger said on Friday, a day after he followed up a meeting with the U.S. president by having talks with Putin. Expectations that Trump's election would bring a thaw in icy relations between Moscow and Washington have been put on hold, with the White House embroiled in a domestic row over Trump associates' Russia ties.
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