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Kremlin confident in Serbia relations despite video of spy cash exchange

Reuters Thursday, 21 November 2019
The Kremlin said it was confident nothing could harm relations between Russia and Serbia, despite Serbian President Alexander Vucic opening an investigation into a video purportedly showing a Russian intelligence officer handing over money to a Serbian man.
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