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Putin tells Obama US-Russia dialogue 'key to global stability'

Russian President Vladimir Putin (R) greets Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev before a Security Council meeting at the Kremlin in Moscow on July 3, 2015In a message to his US counterpart Barack Obama on Independence Day in the United States, Putin said US-Russian relations were “the key factor in ensuring stability and security in the world, despite the differences” between the two countries. “Russia and the United States are able to find solutions for the most difficult international problems and effectively counter global threats and challenges,” Putin said in a telegram, according to the Kremlin. Russia has used increasingly antagonistic rhetoric about the US since the start of the conflict in Ukraine, claiming that Western sanctions against Moscow over its alleged involvement in the hostilities are the result of US pressure on EU countries.

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