Russian Opposition Leader Navalny Sentenced to 20 Days in Prison

Russian Opposition Leader Navalny Sentenced to 20 Days in Prison

"We are ready to build cooperation with the Latvian Republic in the spirit of good-neighborly relations, taking into account each other's interests".

The Kremlin has dismissed Navalny, who has faced repeated jailings and criminal cases, as an urbanite out of touch with people living in Russia's 11 time zones where Putin draws his support from.

The US embassy in Moscow said Huntsman would return to Washington for "final consultations" before assuming his post in Russian Federation next week.

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Huntsman said during his confirmation hearing last week that there is "no question" Russian Federation interfered in the USA presidential race and that Moscow continues to "threaten stability" in Europe. "And Moscow continues to meddle in the democratic processes of our friends and allies". "Of course, we hope that with the new ambassador, at the very least the United States diplomatic mission in Moscow can make its strong contribution to restoring our relations from all the damage that was done because of the actions of Washington".

"So far, there are problems with reciprocity", Peskov. Congressional committees and a Department of Justice special counsel are investigating alleged Russian interference and any potential coordination between Trump associates and Russia. Moscow denies such activity and Trump dismisses any talk of collusion.

"I would like to express my utmost and honest condolences to the people and the administration of your country on the horrendous tragedy", Putin told Huntsman at a ceremony in the Kremlin receiving foreign ambassadors' credentials. He was the nation's top diplomat to Singapore under President George H.W. Bush and then served in that role in China under President Obama before returning to the U.S.to run for president.

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