Merkel and Putin to discuss Afghanistan, Navalny poisoning • FRANCE 24 English

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German Chancellor Angela #Merkel flew to Moscow for talks with President Vladimir #Putin on Friday with ties at post-Cold War lows, her final official trip to Russia as she prepares to step down next month after nearly 16 years. FRANCE 24’s Emmanuelle Chaze reports from Berlin.

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