Russia’s luxurious “dacha” on Maryland’s Eastern Shore sits eerily empty and waiting, a casualty of the diplomatic row with the U.S. that flared after reports of Russian meddling during the 2016 U.S. presidential election. See video.
When the 45-acre Russian compound on Maryland’s Eastern Shore was closed as part of the White House’s response to Russian interference during the presidential election, questions began to swirl about what took place at the estate.
Russian Federation diplomats will no longer have access to the swanky riverfront compound on Maryland’s Eastern Shore where they played tennis, went sailing and enjoyed respite from the nation’s capital.
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