Talks between the United States and Russia in Geneva were a “positive” start to proceeded with exchange in the midst of pressures over Ukraine, the Kremlin said on Tuesday.
“This merits a positive evaluation,” Kremlin representative Dmitry Peskov told journalists.
“However, this isn’t a cycle for process… what’s significant here is the outcome. There isn’t anything to say yet about the outcome.
Top US and Russian authorities met in the Swiss city on Monday for the principal meeting in seven days of discretionary action among Russia and the West.
The high-stakes talks come in the midst of fears of a Russian attack of its favorable to Western neighbor Ukraine. Moscow has requested wide-going concessions from Washington and its NATO partners, which thusly have undermined serious authorizations for any assault.
Moscow denied at the discussions that any assault was arranged, in spite of massing a huge number of troops on Ukraine’s line.
The two sides said there was no forward leap at Monday’s discussions except for they consented to additional exchange.
“There are a couple of more adjusts ahead to make a reasonable image of where we are,” Peskov said.
“There are very few explanations behind hopefulness yet. It would be credulous to accept that one round will give a comprehensive outcome,” he said.
Monday’s discussions in Geneva sent off long stretches of escalated tact among Russia and the West after the Russian troop developments on the line with Ukraine set off a Cold War-style stalemate.
A gathering of the NATO-Russia Council will occur in Brussels on Wednesday, then, at that point, the long-lasting committee of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) will meet in Vienna on Thursday with the issue of Ukraine expected to rule.