Kerry fills in Nato allies on Putin meeting

2015-05-13 11:08
(Aleksei Nikolsky / Ria Novosti , AFP)

(Aleksei Nikolsky / Ria Novosti , AFP)

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Antalya - A day after lengthy talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin, US Secretary of State John Kerry was filling in allies during a gathering of Nato foreign ministers in the southern Turkish town of Antalya.

The ministers have gathered here to plot strategy amid the continued crisis in Ukraine and instability throughout the Middle East, including in neighbouring Syria and Iraq. Kerry was also meeting with Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin and Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu.

Kerry spent all day on Tuesday in the Russian city of Sochi where he and Putin sought to ease tensions created largely by disagreements over the situation in Ukraine.

Read more on:    nato  |  vladimir putin  |  john kerry  |  ukraine  |  us

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