‘People no longer get killed, this is the ultimate goal’ – Putin on Nagorno-Karabakh

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    Russian President Vladimir Putin is holding his annual press conference. This year’s event is a little bit unusual, taking place via video link due to #COVID, and featuring questions from journalists and the public.

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