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Russia disagrees with US stance on Jerusalem. Will worsen Palestinian-Israeli relations

Russia does not agree with the US position to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, Deputy Foreign Minister Gennady Gatilov told TASS on Thursday. “We don’t agree with this,” he stressed. According to Gatilov, this decision by the US “will worsen a general situation in Palestinian-Israeli relations, in the Middle East on the whole”. “The decision […]
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