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Russia, China to hold more U.N. talks on lifting North Korea sanctions: diplomats

Reuters Sunday, 29 December 2019
U.N. Security Council members are due to meet informally on Monday for a second round of negotiations on a Russian and Chinese proposal to lift a raft of sanctions on North Korea, a move that some diplomats say has little support.
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