New US President to 'Soberly Assess' US-Russia Relations

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Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCI) President said that new US president will have an opportunity for a rational evaluation of the Washington-Moscow relations after the "muddy" presidential race is over.

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MOSCOW (Sputnik) — New US president will have an opportunity for a rational evaluation of the Washington-Moscow relations after the "muddy" presidential race is over, Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCI) President Sergey Katyrin said on Wednesday.

"The elections are over, particularly 'muddy' US campaign trail rhetoric, brewed on the anti-Russia allegations, is no more. I think that the new president would calmly and soberly, already as a statesman from across the ocean, look at our relations, both political and economic," Katyrin told RIA Novosti.

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