Vladimir Putin has waded into the growing row surrounding US President Donald Trump and his links to Russia.
US media say Mr Trump passed on classified information to Russian officials last week, but Mr Putin says this is not the case.
He said he would release a record of the meeting to the US Congress if they requested it.
The news comes amid reports Mr Trump tried to influence an investigation into his team’s dealings with Russia.
US media have quoted a memo by former FBI director James Comey that reportedly says Mr Trump asked him to drop an inquiry into links between his ex-National Security Adviser Michael Flynn and Moscow.
The fallout from both issues continues to consume Washington, with moves by Democrats to launch an independent commission starting to gather momentum.
As for Mr Trump, he told US Coast Guard Academy graduates in Connecticut: “No politician in history has been treated worse or more unfairly.”
Issue one: The Russian meeting
Mr Trump met Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and Russian Ambassador Sergei Kislyak at the White House last Wednesday.
The meeting came amid an ongoing FBI inquiry and congressional hearings into possible Russian influence in the 2016 US election.
It also came a day after Mr Trump dismissed Mr Comey from his post.
On Monday, the Washington Post, followed by a number of other US outlets, said Mr Trump had given the Russian officials information relating to the Islamic State group (IS) that could have endangered the source of the information.
The information was reportedly deemed so sensitive it had not been shared with key US partners, let alone Russia.
Mr Trump later defended his right to share the information, and his national security adviser HR McMaster said the president’s actions were “wholly appropriate”.
On Wednesday, Mr Putin joked that the meeting did not unfold as had been portrayed.
“I spoke to him [Lavrov] today,” he said. “I’ll be forced to issue him with a reprimand because he did not share these secrets with us.”
Issue two: The Comey memo reports
While in charge at the FBI, Mr Comey was heading an investigation into possible Russian influence on the US election.
The Russia story has already claimed one victim – Mr Trump’s first national security adviser Michael Flynn, who was fired after misleading the government over his meetings with Mr Kislyak.