Putin says more prisoner exchanges are ‘possible’ | WNT

Putin says more prisoner exchanges are 'possible' | wnt

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Russian President Vladimir Putin said more U.S.-Russian prisoner exchange deals are “possible” in press conference Friday after the successful release of WNBA star Brittney Griner.

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