The spokesman for Russian President Dmitry Peskov said that the fate of the medium and shorter track-off agreement is not clear. He said this on the TV channel "Russia 1".
According to him, the agreement applies both in the EU and in Russia.
"What's the farther than this document is not clear, and most importantly, what's next with these missiles, this is also not clear, so you have to sit down and talk," he said.
Earlier, Russian President Vladimir Putin said in a RT interview in France that Moscow expects to return to Washington's full-fledged negotiating process in the INF agreement.