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Putin, visiting Italy, says wants Rome to help mend Moscow-EU ties

Reuters Thursday, 4 July 2019 ()
Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday he hoped Italy would battle to restore fully fledged relations between the European Union and Russia and help persuade the bloc's new leadership that sanctions on Moscow were counter-productive.

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