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Russian President Vladimir Putin met with Syrian President Bashar Assad in Sochi

Following bilateral talks on the war in Syria, President Putin introduced his Syrian counterpart Bashar Assad to the Russian Defence Military leadership, who are in Sochi for a series of meeting on Russia's military development and arms program.

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