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The Kremlin continued to crank up the pressure to try to force the return of its seized diplomatic compounds, sending notorious U. ambassador Sergey Kisylak to the State Department to try to claw back the properties.As it ratcheted up the public appeals to get back the diplomatic compounds the U. says were spy nests, Kislyak – who has become a well known figure in the unfolding Russia scandal – was seen at Foggy Bottom for a day of talks.The longtime diplomat joined Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov as they prepared to sit down Monday with undersecretary of State Thomas Shannon at the State Department in Washington to discuss the freighted issue. Regis Hotel in Washington in advance of his planned return to Moscow, has been at the center of the unfolding Russia saga, having met with with fired national security advisor Mike Flynn and Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner during the transition. On Friday night, he dined at hot spot 701, just across the street from Trump's luxury hotel, the Washington Post reported.Moscow wants the Trump administration to find the 'political will' to return diplomatic compounds seized from Moscow in the tail end of the Obama administration to punish Russian election meddling, according to the Kremlin.
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Russia is hoping that Shannon will have 'detailed suggestions on how to resolve the situation' with the Russian property in the US, Zakharova said.
The State Department wants a deal that could include restarting US adoptions of Russian children.
Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov, second from left, and Russian Ambassador to the U. Sergey Kislyak, right, arrive at the State Department in Washington, Monday, July 17, 2017, to meet with Undersecretary of State Thomas Shannon.
Moscow is trying to claw back diplomatic compounds seized to punish alleged election interference'We have repeatedly said that we think any conditions are unacceptable.