MOSCOW – Russia has expressed hope that the US administration will not publish private talks between the presidents of the two nations, as has happened with Ukraine.
A rough transcript of Trump's call with Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky released by the White House on Wednesday shows that Trump has called on Ukraine to "peek" at its Democratic political rival Joe Biden. The July 25 call is now at the center of a US impeachment survey.
Asked on Friday whether Moscow is worried that the White House may similarly publish copies of Trump's calls with Russian President Vladimir Putin, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said "we would hope that we will not we get to this in our relationship, which is already hampered by many problems. "
He noted that the publication of Trump-Zelensky's call was" rather unusual. "