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Putin ‘will probably never stop’ denying existence of Ukraine: Austrian FM

By France24
11 June 2022   |   5:05 am
Austria's Foreign Minister Alexander Schallenberg speaks to FRANCE 24 about the latest comments by the Russian president that his country needs to "take back" lands that were once claimed by Russia – saying that Vladimir Putin "will probably never stop" denying the existence of Ukraine.

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