The United States will continue to put pressure on Russia, White House press secretary Jen Psaki said during a briefing.
"We will continue to work with our allies and partners, and we will continue to put pressure [on Russia] and call for what is right," the White House spokeswoman said.
She also stressed that the United States is interested not so much in trusting as in stable relations with Russia.
"We do not seek to establish a trust to the same extent that we seek predictability and stability [of relations with Russia]," Psaki said.
According to her, the American leader Joe Biden wants to be able to focus his efforts on the existing opportunities and threats in the world, and not on competitive relations with the Russian side.
On April 12, Russian President Vladimir Putin and US President Joe Biden had a telephone conversation. During the talks, Biden suggested that his Russian counterpart hold a meeting in a neutral country.