"We are in a dialogue now. I can tell you about the dates a bit later. I mean, next month I will be present [in New York]... because, as you know, we are chairing the Security Council. We will have two very important ministerial meetings: one dedicated to critical infrastructure threats, and another one devoted to the conflicts in Europe," Klimkin said.
Read alsoKlimkin: Russia’s primitive machinations prevent Normandy Four foreign ministers from meeting"Of course I will be meeting with the representatives of the U.S. administration, so in the coming days there will be logistic clarity on dates and meetings, and then I will tell you. But of course, this is very important, and we are in very close contact," said the minister.
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