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White House Says It Expects Progress With Russia in Talks, Calls Some Russian Proposals ‘Not Viable’


The White House said it expects to make progress with Russia during talks next week, but that some of Moscow’s proposals are “not viable.” The two countries have scheduled three sets of talks to take place in Europe. The meetings start on Jan. 10 in Geneva with talks between U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman and her Russian counterpart, to be followed by a meeting of the NATO–Russia Council two days later. Then on Jan. 13, the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) will meet to discuss broader European security. The United States will be represented by…

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