Prime Ministers of Slovakia, Robert Fico, left, and Hungary, Viktor Orban, talk prior to a meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Warsaw, Poland, Friday, Aug. 26, 2016. (AP Photo/Alik Keplicz)
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Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico Friday renewed his call for the European Union to end sanctions against Russia after meeting President Vladimir Putin in Moscow, saying they had failed to influence the settlement of any key issues.He made his comments on Facebook as Slovakia, which holds the rotating EU presidency, prepared to host a meeting of the bloc's foreign ministers next week, with some central European countries expressing unease over the continuing sanctions on Russia.Fico, who was re-elected for a third time as prime minister in March, has, like some other central European powers, consistently questioned the use of sanctions on Russia.
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