The Kremlin refused to consider the Ukrainian crisis is the subject of a transaction with US

The Kremlin said that the Ukrainian crisis cannot be the subject of the deal the US and Russia. It is reported TASS with reference to press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov.

“It is unlikely that the internal conflict may be the subject of some deal. This information does not correspond to reality,” — said the representative of the Kremlin in response to a request for comment on “message to foreign media about the preparation of the Moscow and Washington “a great deal” to resolve the conflict in Ukraine.”

Peskov added that the fate of people “who live in the Donbass and who are now de facto rejected by his own state,” moreover, cannot be the subject of the transaction. Press Secretary of the President expressed hope that the U.S. will be able to persuade Kiev to abandon aggressive tactics in resolving the crisis.

Russian President Vladimir Putin and his us counterpart Donald trump held the first telephone conversation on January 28. Later, the Kremlin said that the sides discussed the crisis in Ukraine, the situation in the middle East, combating terrorism, Arab-Israeli conflict, the situation around the Iranian nuclear program and the Korean Peninsula.

A few days later the press Secretary of the President admitted that Putin and trump will be able to meet until the G20 summit, which will be held in July in Hamburg. Peskov stressed that during the telephone conversation, the Kremlin “see the willingness to solve complex problems” through dialogue and “conversation”.