EU envoy down plays prospects of sanctions on Russia, backs country’s COVID jab

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Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and Brussels’ top diplomat Josep Borrell have held a meeting in Moscow. While EU foreign policy chief praised Russia’s role in the COVID pandemic, the top politicians also clashed several times on sensitive topics including demonstrations and police brutality. RT picks up the story.

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