Assistant to the President of Russia Igor Levitin said that one of the priorities of Moscow is a constructive dialogue with Washington, since efficiency depends on the Syrian settlement and the fight against terrorism, RIA “Novosti”.
“The world is in a dangerous state. The situation has reached a worsening of relations between Russia and the West, and from the experts it depends on how they are resolved. All the problems can not be solved, but need step by step to move away from a dangerous level,” — said Levitin at the conference of the Baltic forum in Riga.
According to him, one of the priorities of Moscow is a constructive dialogue with Washington, as it depends on “problem solving and Syria and the Middle East, and combating international terrorism and other issues”.
Earlier it was reported that the leaders of the G7 could not agree on its position on two issues: trade and Russia.