Kremlin says it’s not optimistic on U.S. talks, won’t let them drag on

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By Dmitry Antonov MOSCOW (Reuters) – The Kremlin said on Tuesday it saw no reason to be optimistic after a first round of talks with the United States on the Ukraine crisis and Russia’s demands from security guarantees from the West. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said it was positive, however, that Monday’s talks in Geneva had been held in an open, substantive and direct manner. He said Russia was not setting deadlines but would not be satisfied with an “endless dragging out of this process”. Russia has massed troops near Ukraine’s border and demanded the U.S.-led NATO alliance rule out admi…

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