The new sanctions include additional punitive measures against Russia’s defense, intelligence, mining, shipping and railway industries and restrict dealings with the country's banks and energy companies.
"We should look how it will happen, that is why, it is too early to speak about our reciprocal measures," Putin said in an interview with the Rossiya 1 TV channel aired on Saturday.
"Whatever is going on, it certainly needs to be looked at what it will turn out to be in the end. But whatever it is and whatever decisions would be taken overseas, this will not catch us cornered."
The president noted that "something, probably, we will have to adjust, something we will have to do additionally, something to pay extra attention to… It will, of course, complicate the Russian-US relations, I think that it is harmful."
Russian officials, including Putin, have repeatedly said that Russia didn't interfere in the US presidential election, calling the accusations groundless and a result of the internal struggle in DC.