USA and Russia continue cooperation in the fields of, for example, on Iran's nuclear program and in space exploration, said Deputy press Secretary of the President of the United States Eric Schultz.
"in a number of areas where we (USA and Russia) cooperate, including agreement on the destruction of the ability of Iran to access nuclear weapons," He said, noting that due to cooperation with the Russian government managed to achieve the Tehran agreements, reports news Agency." Another area of our cooperation is the research space. In 2 of our States have a long history of cooperation in the exploration of new (outer) boundaries", noted Schultz. However, He showed that along with such areas of cooperation of the Russian capital and the capital of the USA there is the region, where the positions of both countries " fundamentally different ". In their number, According to the assumption of the Deputy press Secretary, includes Ukraine, Russia's support of President Bashar al-Assad in the Syrian Arab Republic, as well as cybersecurity. He noticed that Washington continuously "raises these issues" in negotiations "on all levels" the commissioners of the Russian government. On cyber security and Syria Schultz stopped separately. According to him, Russia " has long experience in immoral and imprudent behavior in cyberspace." The Commissioner of the White house claimed that the Russian Federation " is trying to influence the outcome of the elections taking place beyond its borders ". As an example He cited Europe, not explaining about what kind of country it is conducted, as well as recent Accusations of Russia in the implementation of hacker attacks on the political institutions of the United States.
Speaking about Syria, Schultz once called "failing to fulfill its own shoulders obligations "from Russia" the cause of the collapse of the cessation of hostilities " in the Arab country." Our relations with Russia are complex, " He finished. Moscow has many times stressed that the Syrian Arab Republic, the Russian armed forces act only during international law. Charges being used against Russia or Damascus, not accompanied by any credible evidence. Moreover, the United States and other Western countries rely on statements opposing the Syrian government forces, and those whom Moscow or Damascus are considered terrorists. Information about interference in elections in the United States and in hacker attacks on the US have challenged Russian President Vladimir Putin, his press Secretary, Dmitry Peskov, as well as the official representative of Russian foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova.