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Venezuela’s Nicolas Maduro to meet Vladimir Putin in Russia

By DW
05 December 2018   |   8:27 am
The Venezuelan president, who views Russia as a strategic ally, is ending his diplomatic efforts this year "with a flourish." The trip comes after Turkey pledged to help Venezuela with its economic crisis.

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