Russian President Vladimir Putin said his country is upholding its commitments to the Syrian cease-fire agreement, but cast doubt over the United States' commitment to the deal, saying Washington was deviating from its own call for openness.
"I don't really understand why we have to keep such an agreement closed," Putin said in a televised appearance on a trip to Kyrgyzstan, adding that Moscow would not unilaterally release the terms of the deal.
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