In a long interview with state media, Lavrov seemed to reiterate comments made by Kremlin aide Yury Ushakov, who said Trump invited Putin to Washington.
The president told the South Korean leader he wanted people to know he was responsible.
The White House called it a move to protect the "security and integrity of the technology systems."
"The priest says 'lift up your hearts.' He does not say, 'lift up your cell phones to take pictures.'"
The chief of staff had said the congresswoman once claimed to have secured funding for the facility.
From hockey with oligarchs to selfies with brides in Red Square, the Russian president kept busy in 2016.
The Russian president invited Erdogan last week to discuss Syria in Kazakhstan.
The company's chief financial officer said: "We cannot fulfill all the demand out there right now."
The Turkish president phoned his Russian counterpart and the pair discussed bilateral ties.
Telephone and online banking customers will be able to use their accounts using only their voice.
The move it to protest America's alleged involvement in the South China Sea dispute.
A giant Taylor Swift mural has been painted in Melbourne to mark the "death" of the singer's career.
The annual event features Putin answering Russians' questions for hours.
The star managed to get a phone into a glass bottle—but failed to deliver the big finale.
The Kremlin rebuffed Obama's request to free the captured pilot.
The case is part of a long-running dispute between tech companies and law enforcement over encryption.
Senate Intelligence Committee told that the phenomenon of communications "going dark" is "overwhelmingly affecting" law enforcement operations.
Researchers are working on ways to test for the diseases by simply taking a smartphone picture of the paper.