Deputy foreign Minister of Russia Sergey Ryabkov does not expect the normalization of relations with the United States under the new administration. According to him, anti-Russian sanctions unlikely to be lifted when the new American President. Overall, Ryabkov predicts difficulties in relations between countries in the next four years.
The Russian side sees no prospects for the lifting of U.S. sanctions under the new American President. This was reported «Interfax» with reference to the Deputy Minister of foreign Affairs of Russia Sergey Ryabkov.
According to him, the normalization of Russian-American relations with the election of a new U.S. President unlikely. He noted that in the coming four years, the two countries return to positive relationship will face difficulties.
«Most likely, will face with saving, in fact, hostile of course to this we must be prepared, including in part expected to maintain sanctions, which the Obama administration has imposed and continues to impose,» said the diplomat.
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