Head of the state Duma on international Affairs Alexei Pushkov believes that, following the bilateral meetings on the sidelines of the General Assembly of the United Nations in relations between President Vladimir Putin and us leader Barack Hussein Obama there has been " some warming ".
"Relations between Obama and Putin cold prior to the General Assembly of the United Nations. Currently, there is some warming in relations, both at political and at a personal level, " said Pushkov in an interview to a TV channel.
Putin and Obama held the first evening of the week the 1st for the last 2 years bilateral meeting, during which discussed the conflict in the Syrian Arab Republic and Ukraine.
The conversation, which took place on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly in new York, lasted an hour and a half instead of the planned 50 minutes. Protracted dialogue did not produce a breakthrough in solving regional issues, but fixed the restore dialogue at the highest level.