RUSSIAN FOREIGN MINISTER SERGEY LAVROV: 2016 US ELECTION HAS 'NOTHING TO DO WITH US'

Mike Pompeo and Sergey Lavrov held a briefing.


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Lavrov: Lavrov , or Lavrova is a Russian last name and may refer to:
Sergey PhotoSergey: Russian () form Latin "Gods servant". Old form - Sergius. Sergey may refer to:
Sergey Lavrov: Sergey Viktorovich Lavrov is a Russian Armenian diplomat who has been the Foreign Minister of Russia since 2004. His nomination to the Foreign Minister office was approved by two Russian presidents, in 2008 by Dmitry Medvedev and in 2012 by Vladimir Putin.