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Kerry Urges Russia Not to Sell Weapons to Syriai
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May 10, 2013 11:22 AM
The United States is urging Russia not to sell an advanced air defense system to Syria, which officials say could undermine the security of Israel. Zlatica Hoke reports the U.S. Secretary of States John Kerry addressed the issue following a two-day visit to Moscow.

Kerry Urges Russia Not to Sell Weapons to Syria

Published May 10, 2013

The United States is urging Russia not to sell an advanced air defense system to Syria, which officials say could undermine the security of Israel. Zlatica Hoke reports the U.S. Secretary of States John Kerry addressed the issue following a two-day visit to Moscow.


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