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    Relations with US worsened since Trump took office: Putin

    Russian President Vladimir Putin has said relations with the US have worsened since President Donald Trump took office

    Relations with US worsened since Trump took office: Putin

     

    Putin told Russian TV that trust between the two countries had particularly deteriorated "on the military level".

    The remarks were released as Russia's foreign minister met his US counterpart in Moscow, amid rising tension over a suspected chemical attack in Syria.

    The US has been urging Russia to end its support for the Syrian government.

    But Russia has denounced US air strikes on a Syrian airbase, launched last week in response to the government's attack on a rebel area in Idlib province.

    Asked by Mir television about accusations that the forces of President Bashar al-Assad had used chemical weapons, Mr Putin reaffirmed that Syria had given up its chemical stockpile.

    Speaking about relations between Moscow and Washington, he added: "One could say that the level of trust on a working level, especially on the military level, has not improved, but rather has deteriorated."

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