Results of the US midterm elections will not change the “bad” relations between Moscow and Washington, the Kremlin has reportedly said.
According to Russian state media outlet RIA Novosti, Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov told reporters on Wednesday: “These elections are important, but it’s not necessary to exaggerate their importance in the short and medium-term for our relations.
“These elections cannot change anything essential. Relations still are, and will remain, bad.”
Peskov said Moscow was so used to hearing people say Russia interferes in US elections that it was not paying attention to new allegations of their involvement.
He added that it was too early to discuss dialogue with the US on extending the new START nuclear arms treaty; the deadline is 2026.
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