US State Secretary Mike Pompeo informed Russia that Washington would not allow any interference in the 2020 Presidential election of 2020 and wanted Moscow to take a move for showing there would be no recurrence about its doubted 2016 meddling. Russian President Vladimir Putin , who met Pompeo in the Black Sea resort near Sochi of Russia, forced back , informing him that Russia never interrupted in the US elections and that a report by the US Special Counsel Robert Mueller, which he admired as being “objective overall”, had discovered no proof of conspiracy with US President Donald Trump’s 2016 election campaign.
The relation between two global powers have been pinched by the US intelligence and law administration findings declined by Moscow that Russia attempted to affect the results of the 2016 US Presidential election for boosting the chances of the US President for winning at the White House.
Following the visit of the release of the long-awaited report by Mueller based on the nature of the role of Russia in the election, the visit of Mike Pompeo led “ sweeping and systematic” interruption by Moscow but did not establish that members of the campaign of the US President schemed with Russia during the 2016 election.
Mueller report was out of the way, Russian President Putin said he expected ties would begin improving. Russian President Putin told Mike Pompeo, “I’ve formed the impression that your president wants to repair Russia-U.S. ties and contacts and wants to solve issues which are of common interest for us”.
He also added, “we’ve said many times that we also want to fully restore our relations. I hope that the necessary conditions for that to happen will now be created.”
Mike Pompeo also said, “I made clear to Foreign Minister Lavrov … that interference in American elections is unacceptable. If the Russians were engaged in that in 2020, it would put our relationship in an even worse place than it has been.
Both Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov and US State Secretary Mike Pompeo said that they expressed a desire for improving disabled ties despite not being able to ensure a recommendation by US President Trump that he would meet Putin on the sidelines of a meeting of the G20 in Japan next month.
Russian President Putin would acknowledge such a meeting if officially asked, a Kremlin representative told the reporters. US State Secretary said, “the United States stands ready to find common ground with Russia as long as the two of us can engage seriously ”. He also added, “ President Trump has made clear that his expectation is that we will have an improved relationship. This will benefit each of our peoples. And I think that our talks here today were a good step in that direction.”