No breakthrough in high-stakes talk between US and Russia

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ABC News published this video item, entitled “No breakthrough in high-stakes talk between US and Russia” – below is their description.

Secretary of State Antony Blinken offered to send American proposals “in writing” to Russia’s foreign minister next week and even opened the door to a possible summit with President Vladimir Putin.

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