Lithuanian MP: John Kerry's visit to Russia does not change Washington's position

A meeting of John Kerry, United States Secretary of State, and Russian President Vladimir Putin does not mean that Washington will soften its position regarding the conflict in Ukraine, says Lithuanian Deputy Seimas Speaker, Social Democrat Gediminas Kirkilas.
John Kerry and Vladimir Putin
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