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Putin opposes Russian parliament call for Georgia sanctions

Reuters Tuesday, 9 July 2019 ()
Russian President Vladimir Putin rejected on Tuesday a parliamentary call to impose sanctions against Georgia, saying patching up strained relations was more important than reacting to provocations by "scumbags".
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The Russian president said patching up strained relations was more important than reacting to provocations by "scumbags".

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