Mixed signals from the EU: Cooperate with Moscow, but expel diplomats

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    The EU seems to be sending out mixed signals when it comes to relations with Russia, as Slovakia’s foreign minister says it’s time for cooperation with Moscow to be fixed – while the Czech PM has suggested all member states should be expelling at least one Russian diplomat.

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