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WASHINGTON, December 9. /TASS/. There is no certainty yet in the US State Department about State Secretary John Kerry’s possible visit to Moscow, State Department Spokesperson John Kirby told a briefing on Tuesday.
Journalists at the briefing said Kerry "talked about the logic behind his travel to Moscow." "And he, at one point, explained the reasoning for such a trip. And then he talked about it in the suppositional, saying ‘would’ and ‘potential trip’," journalists said.
Kirby did not refute the possibility of Kerry’s visit to Moscow but said the trip is "not yet a certainty."
An informed source told TASS that Kerry’s visit to Moscow is expected to take place in about a week.