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U.S.-Russia summits have dwindled over the years

Data: U.S. Department of State's Office of the Historian; Chart: Andrew Witherspoon/Axios

The number of meetings between U.S. and Russian presidents has dwindled in recent years, according to State Department data.

Why it matters: Any get-together is momentous if only for the participants. U.S. presidents have met with Russian dictators during World War II. The nations' leaders have signed arms deals, discussed Ukraine and reports of election interference by Russia in U.S. elections.

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