The former head of the Kremlin protocol Vladimir Shevchenko service explained why an official visit to Moscow Donald Trump if he is elected president of the United States is not possible in the near future. On Tuesday, October 18, according to the National News Service (NSN).
"We will not invite him, because he is not yet in office. Prior to January 20 will be the law of [the United States Barack] Obama, why do we need to aggravate relations - they are so deteriorated any longer, "- said the former head of the Kremlin protocol.
This does not prevent Trump to come to Russia before the inauguration, but not an official visit and to meet Russian President Vladimir Putin said Shevchenko.
"Now speculate that Trump's warm relations with Putin. But he was just one time in Moscow, and this made all the small stuff, "- he added.
Earlier Tuesday, it was reported that the Republican Donald Trump took the initiative to meet with the Russian leader to his inauguration, in the case of the election victory. Before that, he repeatedly expressed his hope for an alliance with Moscow in the fight against the terrorist organization "Islamic State" (banned in Russia).
September 2, Russian President said that the two candidates for the White House - and Republican Trump, and his rival, Democrat Hillary Clinton - are using the Russian factor in your campaign. "They both use the tactic of shocking, just each in its own way", - the Russian leader said.