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Putin picks new Ukraine negotiator after ties thaw a little

Reuters Tuesday, 11 February 2020
The Kremlin said on Tuesday that a senior Ukrainian-born Russian official was now in charge of managing Moscow's relations with Ukraine, a move likely to be seen by some politicians in Kiev as further evidence of a slight thaw in ties.
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