West keen to keep CFE
Washington says Russian and US delegations will meet again in the next few days to discuss the issue.
The Russian President declared a moratorium on compliance with the treaty in July, following NATO's refusal to ratify its amended version.
The treaty was signed in 1990 to establish a military balance between NATO members and the Communist Bloc.
It limits the amount of military hardware that can be deployed in Europe.
Nine years later, in Istanbul, it was amended and Russia promised to close its bases in Georgia and Moldova.
The U.S. says progress can only be made if Russia meets those agreements.
Russia says that the only Russian servicemen there now are peacekeepers.
On Wednesday, the State Duma will consider the President's draft on withdrawing from the treaty.