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Russian and U.S. negotiators will begin bilateral talks on Jan. 10 to discuss ongoing tensions over Ukraine and a rise in military activity near its Western border, a White House official confirmed late on Monday.
“The United States looks forward to engaging with Russia,” a spokesperson for the National Security Council told news agency AFP on condition of anonymity. “When we sit down to talk, Russia can put its concerns on the table and we will put our concerns on the table with Russia’s activities as well.”
The spokesperson added that representatives of both Moscow and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) are also expected to meet for a meeting on Jan. 12, while representatives for Russia and the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) may meet on Jan. 13.
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