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Russia Promises Response To 'Unfriendly' Expulsion Of Its Diplomats

Newsy Monday, 26 March 2018
Russia Promises Response To 'Unfriendly' Expulsion Of Its DiplomatsWatch VideoMonday the U.S. expelled 60 Russian diplomats, and Russia has promised to answer.

Russia's foreign ministry said in a statement Monday: "This unfriendly step by this group of countries won't pass without impact and we will respond."

And a Russian head deputy for a foreign affairs committee told reporters:...
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The U.S. expelled 60 Russian diplomats Monday, and Russia is expected to take action in response.

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