Explaining the meeting of Russian President Vladimir Putin and U.S. Secretary of state John Kerry, broadcasting company of si-EN-EN said that "broken the ice, however still a long way to improving bilateral relations," he told the mass media of America.
CNN informs that "both sides emphasized the positive aspects," reports the news Agency.
"With the Russians is very difficult to have a dialogue, quoted broadcaster member of the Department on intelligence of the Senate of the U.S. Congress James Risch (Republican from Idaho).- They are very aggressively defend their desires." Although breakthrough was not "the tone of the negotiations" was more quiet, " said the print edition of the wall Street Journal." U.S. Secretary of state John Kerry and his Russian counterpart have not reported major progress in relations between East and West after the day-long negotiations, which was attended by the Russian President Vladimir Way " - says the print edition." John Kerry and the foreign Minister of Russia Sergei Lavrov said the remaining differences on the issue of the crisis in Ukraine, but said that each of the parties are determined to achieve the performance agreed in February with the peace agreements, and promised to use his influence to persuade all parties cooperating in this process ", - is informed in the report. The Russian presidential aide Yuri Ushakov, commenting on Tuesday's meeting With Putin, Kerry, expressed the view that the leadership of Russia considers it, though not as a breakthrough, but as the first signs of understanding the necessity of returning to the interaction of 2 great countries. According to his statement, the head of the USA "was interested" in the fact that Putin took Kerry.