Russia ready to discuss any issue with US: Putin

Specialist officers in protective suits scour the bench where Mr Skripal and his daughter collapsed after being attacked

Russian President Vladimir Putin suggests in a new interview that people with different ethnicities who hold Russian citizenship could be behind interference in the 2016 USA election.

Putin, in a previously aired clip of his interview with Kelly, said he will "never" extradite the 13 Russians who Mueller charged in his probe.

In 2016, Vladimir Putin ordered nuclear war drill involving 40 million Russians and 200,000 specialist rescue units.

"I do not care at all, because they do not represent the government", he said, according to the interview transcript posted Saturday by the Kremlin. "I couldn't care less.They do not represent the interests of the Russian state".

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He added that Russian Federation and the United States should sit down and talk things over in order to get them straight, according to a Kremlin transcript of the interview.

Despite Mueller's 37-page indictment detailing charges against the Russians, Putin said he has seen no evidence that their actions broke any law. "At least send us a piece of paper".

In 2008, Putin became prime minister but maintained his grip on power, with his protege Dmitry Medvedev serving as president until 2012 when Putin returned to the Kremlin in the face of huge opposition protests.

The Russian leader also rejected those assessments.

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"But the US refuses to work like this and instead throws 13 Russians to the media", he said, going on to list the possible ethnicities that would make the suspects "not even Russian". "I do not know either", he said.

Intelligence officials said initially that they could not respond until they had a clearer picture of the scale and scope of Russia's interference.

"First, we have principles whereby we do not allow others to interfere in our domestic affairs and do not get into the affairs of others.... Give us materials, give us information", Putin said in another excerpt from the interview with NBC, according to an English voice-over of his words.

"He understands that if it is necessary to establish a cooperative relationship with someone, then you have to treat your current or potential partner with respect", Putin said. "Donald is a more modern individual".

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In terms of the future of Russia-U.S. relations, he cast Russian Federation as the victim. If there is this decision to destroy Russian Federation then we have a legal right to respond'. "The US imposed sanctions on us", he said. "I know such a man but I don't count him among my friends".

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