A view shows a tower of the Kremlin (R) and the Foreign Ministry headquarters (back) in Moscow, Russia March 16, 2018. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov
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Russian news agencies reported Wednesday that U.S. President Donald Trump's administration had informed the Russian Embassy in Washington that the United States had no immediate plans to impose new sanctions.Relations between Moscow and Washington are in focus after the United States imposed fresh sanctions on Russia in early April, triggering a massive sell-off on Russian markets and raising global geopolitical tensions to a new level.The official said Trump was concerned that immediately imposing more sanctions, on the heels of last weekend's U.S.-led strike against Russian-backed President Bashar Assad, would interfere with his efforts to negotiate agreements with Russian President Vladimir Putin on combating extremism, policing the internet and other issues.Valentina
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