Vladimir Putin ready to meet Donald Trump: Russia

Vladimir Putin ready to meet Donald Trump: Russia

Vladimir Putin ready to meet Donald Trump: Russia

Russia regards U.S. statements on possible sanctions against Turkey for the purchase of S-400 air defense missile systems as blackmail in favor of American companies, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said after talks with his Austrian counterpart Karin Kneissl on Friday, TASS reports.

"The United States, as a member of NATO, should give heed to the collective opinion expressed by the Secretary General of the North Atlantic Alliance", the Russian foreign minister added.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov described USA threats to impose sanctions on Turkey if it purchases Russian S-400 anti-aircraft missiles as blackmail, and an attempt to secure the market for U.S. firms.

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Amid deteriorating relations between Moscow and Washington, Lavrov signaled that there are attempts to ease the knot.

The Russian foreign minister referred to a statement made earlier this week by US Assistant Secretary of State Wess Mitchell.

"They were notified about where our "red lines" are located, including "red lines" "on the ground", Lavrov was cited as saying by the state-run RIA Novosti news agency on Friday.

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The US, Britain and France launched intensive missile attacks on Syria on April 14, saying the move was in response to the alleged chemical weapon attack.

Western countries accused Russian Federation of hindering the OPCW investigation, while Moscow said that the experts can not enter the area due to a lack of the UN's permission over safety concerns following the US-led strikes.

He stated: "Speaking about the risk of a military confrontation, I feel absolutely confident in assuming that the militaries will not allow this, and of course neither will President Putin or President Trump". "We took into consideration their argument that this would destabilize the situation, despite the missile systems being a purely defensive system".

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"Now we have no such moral obligation", he remarked.

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