ANTALYA, Turkey—A meeting here between President Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin was “constructive,” Putin’s spokesman said Monday, but did not mark a turning point in strained bilateral relations.
“These relations are what they are. So are the disagreements. But there is also the understanding the Russian-U.S. dialogue has no alternative. That’s a hard fact,” spokesman Dmitri Peskov told reporters.
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