July 24, 2014

We Will Have to Negotiate with Putin

Tony Brenton, Telegraph

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The destruction of flight MH17 was a terrible crime. I was British Ambassador in Moscow at the time of the murder of Alexander Litvinenko and saw how the Russians handle such disasters. Then, as now, Moscow produced a deluge of misleading “facts”.

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TAGGED: Ukraine, MH17, Russia, Vladimir Putin

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