© Reuters. Russian President Putin attends a session of the Russian Geographic Association in Moscow
MOSCOW (Reuters) – The Kremlin on Friday said Moscow and Washington do not share a shared vision of creating mutually beneficial relationships and that President Vladimir Putin will decide to impose countermeasures with Washington.
The Kremlin said the day after the United States imposed a series of sanctions on Russia, including restricting its sovereign debt market.
Speaking to the press during a conference meeting, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Putin had repeatedly said that Russia was ready to cooperate with the United States as much as Washington wanted to do with Moscow.
He did not say when the sanctions against would be announced.
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