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Russia and Belarus hold talks as Kremlin mobilises more troops for combat

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Meanwhile, Russia continues to move troops to the front line - dashing hopes that Moscow intends to de-escalate the conflict.

Added on the 04/12/2022 10:01:40 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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