"Our relations with the United States, they are going downhill, they are getting worse and worse", Putin said in an interview Thursday with Mir TV.
"I think it is inevitable that we will restore our relations, after all it is inevitable", Putin said.
Ties between the United States and Russia have been strained by a range of issues, including Syria, Ukraine and American investigations into alleged Russian interference in U.S. elections.More news: LG UltraGear Nano IPS gaming monitor is the first 1ms IPS display
The Kremlin is working on the presumption that the presidents of Russian Federation and the USA will be attending a G20 summit in Japan later this month, and could meet briefly "on their feet" on the sidelines of the event, according to presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov.
Earlier on Wednesday, Trump told reporters before talks with his Polish counterpart Andrzej Duda that he plans to meet with Putin on the sidelines of the G20 summit, which is scheduled to be held in the Japanese city of Osaka on June 28-29. "That with all of our partners, including our American partners. we can reach some decisions in the framework of the forthcoming G20 that will be constructive and create the necessary stable conditions for economic cooperation".
But Mr Putin's words of encouragement didn't appear to last long, with Russian Federation warned it could be forced to retaliate after a new USA military deployment to Poland announced by Mr Trump.More news: PlayStation Network is DOWN
Warsaw has pushed for the troop movement to deter potential aggression from Russian Federation.
Late previous year, Trump abruptly canceled a meeting with Putin that had been planned on the sidelines of the G-20 meeting in Argentina, after Russian Federation refused to release Ukrainian ships and sailors it had seized in the Kerch Strait.More news: News Spice Girls animated film to feature new songs?