EU Leaders Should Only Meet Putin Bilaterally, Estonia Says

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“The reality remains that many European states trust the U.S. not to betray its allies in any negotiations with Russia more than they trust Germany and France to do the same,” Jonathan Eyal, associate director for strategic research at Rusi, a defense think tank in the U.K., said Tuesday in a opinion piece. “If France and Germany wish to dispel suspicions about their motives, they mustn’t launch mustn’t launch such initiatives at the last moment, with no prior consultation.”