"We consider that they must be made without condition or debate", has declared to journalists the spokesman of the Kremlin, Dmitry Peskov.
Peskov did not comment on a meeting later on Monday in the USA between Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov and State Department Undersecretary for Political Affairs Thomas Shannon, who will discuss the matter.
Earlier on Friday, the Russian Foreign Ministry asserted that the country was prepared to banish American diplomats if the US does not undo its decision to expel 35 Russian diplomats and block access to Russian diplomatic estates.
Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov is expected to meet with US Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs Thomas Shannon in Washington later Monday to discuss the diplomatic compounds.
In December 2016, the administration of Barack Obama had deported 35 Russian diplomats and their families, and is close to two residential complexes of russia in the north-eastern United States, which Washington believed was used by Russian spies on american soil.
'We have repeatedly said that we think any conditions are unacceptable.
'What is happening is - de facto and de jure - a violation of global law, ' Peskov continued.
'We still hope that our American colleagues will demonstrate a certain political wisdom and political will, ' Peskov said in a conference call with reporters. This last happened in the afternoon at the State department without the slightest comment.
The Russian government has threatened to retaliate against the United States for the seizure and expulsion of Russian diplomats from the U.S. and two of its properties were shuttered.
Friday, the Russian Foreign Ministry asserted was prepared to banish American diplomats if the U.S.does do not undo its decision to expel 35 Russian diplomats and block access to Russian diplomatic estates.Russia has threatened to respond in kind but has also said it appreciates the 'difficult internal political situation.
Following the order, Russian President Vladamir Putin said he would not retaliate, leading then President-elect Donald Trump to praise the Russian leader in a tweet. Russian Federation has threatened to respond in kind but has also said it appreciates the 'difficult internal political situation.