"If the two leaders sense the need to meet and return to the issues that we think will bring together Russian Federation and the United States, which some circles in the United States refuse, I think such a meeting will likely take place", Lavrov said. Trump also allowed Putin to answer a question about Ukraine on his behalf.
"Eventually, this will negatively impact us investors".
US President Donald Trump and Russia's President Vladimir Putin at a joint press conference after their meeting in Helsinki on 16 July.
The Trump White House attracted further criticism after extending an invitation to Putin to visit this coming fall.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, however, said he did not believe there was any stopping the two leaders from another meeting.
"If these criteria are met, they don't have to worry about a new round of sanctions", - said the representative of the state Department.
The rouble took a hit this month from fears of more USA sanctions against Moscow as well as a massive sell-off on other emerging markets that sent the Turkish lira to all-time lows.
In a statement released by the State Department, Mr Pompeo said the USA would hold to its long-standing principle of refusing to recognise Kremlin claims of sovereignty over territory seized by force, in violation of worldwide law. Russian Federation has denied and refused to compromise on its position in these issues in terms of policy, but in terms of publicity has shown enthusiasm in sending Putin and high-ranking officials to meet with foreign counterparts.
Russia-U.S. confrontation is extending to the economic and trade field as Washington is poised to slap new and powerful sanctions in a move Moscow views as the declaration of an "economic war". After all, the new restrictions will affect 70% of the Russian economy and 40% of the workers.