The U.S. President Barack Obama during the meeting planned for July with the president of Russia Dmitry Medvedev will let know accurately that relationship of the USA with Russia won't be provided at the expense of any of the region countries.
It was declared by the Deputy United States Secretary of State James Steinberg in interview "To voice of America".
According to him, in aspiration to improve relationship the USA intend to discuss a wide range of questions with Russia in the region and beyond its limits, but they aren't going to decide destiny of the countries which won't be present at a negotiating table.
Steinberg emphasized that Ukraine, "any other country isn't a change in relationship [USA] with Russia".
"Ukraine has to have opportunity to make decisions independently. We never will be able to make decisions in favor of one country at the expense of another", - he declared.
"We consider, improvement of relationship with Russia well not only for the USA and Russia, it is good for Ukraine also. And everything whom I met in Ukraine, the same opinion. It in interests of Ukraine if, of course, it is possible that the USA and Russia had the best relationship", - was noted by Steinberg.
The Deputy US Secretary of State also told that "assured leaders of Ukraine that interests of their country won't be a subject of the auction".
"Improvement of our relationship won't happen to Russia at the expense of Ukraine. We also let know Russia that we count that they will respect independence of all countries of the region and that all countries in the region have the right independently to make strategic decisions concerning the future" - Steinberg declared.