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Kerry seeks to shore up Russian cooperation

Secretary of State John Kerry on Thursday spoke with his Russian counterpart about the ongoing security crises in the Middle East and Ukraine, according to a senior State Department official.

The official did not mention what specific Middle East developments Kerry and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov discussed during their phone call, but topics likely included the ongoing civil war in Syria and the Israeli-Palestinian crisis.

The call took place just days after the Foreign Ministry warned that it might cease cooperating with Washington on central international issues if the U.S. kept up its strategy of imposing economic sanctions against Moscow.

“The actions by the United States are putting in doubt the prospects of bilateral cooperation on solving the situation around the Iranian nuclear program, the Syrian crisis and other acute international problems,” the agency said in a statement on Tuesday.

The threat came after the U.S. Treasury Department announced it would impose sanctions on four more Russians for alleged human rights abuses.

Source:The Hill

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