A White house spokesman said at a briefing Tuesday that the US President Donald trump expects Russia to start de-escalation in the Donbas and return of Crimea to Ukraine. Prior to that, in the administration trump has not put forward any conditions to Russia on the Ukrainian question, or mention the relationship building and partnership.
At the press briefing the press Secretary of the White house Sean Spicer said about the expectations of the President of the United States Donald trump from the actions of Russia on the Ukrainian question.
“President trump has made it clear that he expects the Russian government will deal with the de-escalation of violence in Ukraine and return Crimea,” said Spicer. His speech is broadcast live on the website Bi-bi-si. The Spicer noted that “the seizure of Crimea by Russia have allowed the previous administration Obama.“
According to Spicer, trump takes on this issue and continues to put in front of Moscow the questions about the Crimea.
At the same time, Spicer confirmed that trump really wants to get along with Russia, in contrast to the previous administration. He explained that this is necessary in order to solve many of the problems that face America, including the “IG” (banned in Russia).