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Trump has told Russia he cannot visit for Victory Day in May, says Kremlin

Reuters Tuesday, 10 March 2020
The Kremlin said on Tuesday that the United States had told Moscow that U.S. President Donald Trump would not travel to Russia to mark Victory Day on May 9.
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The Kremlin said President Trump won't be attending the Victory Day parade.

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