Kremlin rejects UK account of Putin-Johnson meeting, says talks were constructive and conciliatory

Kremlin rejects UK account of Putin-Johnson meeting, says talks were constructive and conciliatory
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The meeting of Russian President Vladimir Putin and UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson in Berlin was brief, constructive and had "elements of reconciliatory spirit," presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Tuesday, APA reports citing Sputnik.

"At least, the essence of the meeting is clearly different from the Downing Street's account of what happened," Peskov said, when asked about the meeting.

Russian President Vladimir Putin and UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson met on Sunday on the sidelines of a conference on Libyan peace.

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