"We would be happy, but so far I do not see it [willingness of the US side]," Kislyak said.
"There is no dialogue… It was the decision of the US administration to suspend the [US-Russia Bilateral] Presidential Commission's work, which had a large number of working groups, including on the issue of disarmament and [on issues] of military-political nature. Everything has been stopped, there is no dialogue. It was their choice," Kislyak said.
Bilateral talks on the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty have also been suspended with no new meeting planned in the near future, the ambassador added.
"The Americans have raised accusations against us, which they are not ready to reveal in detail. All this is very, very unconvincing," Kislyak noted.