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Russia won’t hurt itself while reacting to US ‘Kremlin List’ – diplomat

Russia’s deputy foreign minister says the only reason behind the so-called ‘Kremlin List’ was a desire by the US to pressure Russia. He added that the planned reciprocal action would be asymmetrical. Read Full Article at RT.com
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