President Vladimir Putin of Russia says his country is “open to dialogue” on strategic stability and nuclear non-proliferation of weapons of mass destruction.
Putin said this on Thursday in his video address to the participants of the St. Petersburg International Legal Forum, according to CNN.
According to the Russian leader, his nation would welcome dialogue on improving the situation with arms control.
“Russia is open to dialogue on ensuring strategic stability, maintaining the non-proliferation regimes for weapons of mass destruction, and improving the situation in the field of arms control,” Putin said.
He said that Russia is willing to welcome ideas from everyone who is interested in this.
Earlier in June, Kremlin’s spokesman, Dmitry Peskov said it was essential to continue communication between Russia and the United States of America on the “principles of mutual respect, the indivisibility of security, consideration of mutual concerns and mutual benefit.”