"If [the matter of election interference] is be raised by the USA president, then the Russian president will repeat that Russia could not and did not have anything to do with this situation, around which such insinuations have been spawned", spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters in Moscow.
Dmitry Peskov responded to comments made by President Donald Trump to reporters riding Air Force One on Friday.
"The two leaders will discuss relations between the United States and Russian Federation and a range of national security issues", the White House said in a statement. Cantwell asked. "I'm interested in hearing. if the president is under indictment, what is that nominee going to do about that?"
"I'll talk to him about everything".
And he said: "We are going to talk about Ukraine, we're going to talk about Syria".
But Trump has long supported warmer relations with Russian Federation, and Western diplomats based in Washington have begun to fear that he could make major concessions in Helsinki.
"We're going to talk about Ukraine, we're going to be talking about Syria".
Last week, Trump suggested in a tweet that he believed Putin's denials, noting that "Russia continues to say they had nothing to do with Meddling in our Election!".
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After the July 11 North Atlantic Treaty Organisation meeting, Trump plans to fly to Helsinki for his first one-on-one summit with Putin on July 16.
Less than two weeks before a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit in Brussels, Trump again struck a combative tone Sunday toward traditional USA allies, issuing a spate of fresh warnings on trade and declaring that "we spend a fortune on North Atlantic Treaty Organisation". Special counsel Robert S. Mueller III is probing whether Trump campaign officials participated in the Russian interference.
The Obama administration, along with the European Union and individual allied countries, imposed sanctions on Russian Federation over Crimea, and even members of Trump's Cabinet have said they will not be lifted until the situation is resolved. "They did meddle in our election, and they're doing it again in 2018".
Looking ahead to a Trump-Putin encounter, Bolton also brushed aside questions as to whether Trump had been too eager to accept the word of Kim Jong Un when he met with the North Korean leader last month, seeking to quell North Korea's nuclear ambitions.
Peskov explained that President Vladimir Putin is ready to discuss "all the other questions" in the "search for potential common ground".
Asked by reporters on Air Force One whether reports about him dropping Washington's longstanding opposition to the annexation were true, Trump said, "We're going to have to see".
President Donald Trump meets Vladimir Putin, president of Russian Federation, at the opening of the G20 summit on July 7, 2017, in Hamburg, Germany. "That's not the position of the United States", he told CBS on July 1.