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THE HAGUE, March 24. /ITAR-TASS/. The situation around Crimea will not affect the cooperation with Russia in the field of Syrian chemical weapons’ destruction. US State Secretary John Kerry expressed this hope during his conversation with journalists on Monday. John Kerry is currently in The Hague at the Nuclear Security Summit.
John Kerry said he hoped the situation around Crimea would not affect cooperation with Russia. Meanwhile, he noted that, optionally, “the Syrian government could remove toxic substances faster”.