‘To talk about regime change would strengthen Putin’s hand… It has to come from the Russian people’

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‘To talk about regime change would strengthen Putin’s hand… It has to come from the Russian people’

Former UN Correspondent Mark Seddon says the UN shouldn’t call for Putin to be removed as Russian President.

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