Trump has not been in favor of the free trade agreement between Washington and 11 other Pacific-Rim states and has repeatedly voiced the necessity to replace multilateral agreements by bilateral deals that would be more beneficial for the United States.
"At this stage it is difficult to speak of the effect on the economies of these countries that derailment in implementation of this format could have," Director of the ministry's Third Asian Department Lyudmila Vorobyova said.
"We always root for the inclusivity, whether security or economy. The countries must not be left behind the integrational processes underway in the region," Vorobyova stressed.
Earlier, Moscow has repeatedly voiced concerned over the secrecy of the TPP deal.
The TPP agreement between the United States and 11 other Pacific-Rim states was negotiated in unusual secrecy. Critics had voiced significant concern the trade deal would undermine standards and regulations on environmental protection, health and safety, as well as workers’ rights.