Diplomats said that Russian Federation has put forward a rival draft resolution that expresses concern at last week's gas attack and condemns the USA strike on Syria.
"There is a low level of trust between our two countries", Mr Tillerson said. "The world's two foremost nuclear powers can not have this kind of relationship".
Russian Federation has blocked a Western-led effort at the UN Security Council to both condemn the chemical attack in Syria, and push Moscow's ally President Bashar al-Assad to cooperate with global inquiries into the incident.
US Ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley, called on Moscow to stop protecting Assad, and said the US wants to work with Russian Federation toward a political solution for Syria.
Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson met with Vladimir Putin in Russian Federation.
Washington has said it is hoping to pry Russian Federation away from its support for Assad, but the Kremlin on Wednesday decried any calls to drop the Syrian leader as "pretty absurd".
Lavrov expressed doubt about this characterization.
But Mr Lavrov said that "ousting a particular personality is not on our agenda".
"I'll be speaking with Rex Tillerson in a little while, calling in".
He said they also discussed "approaches to improving our channels of communication".
Any expectations of an easy rapport have crashed into reality amid the nasty back-and-forth over Syria and ongoing USA investigations into Russia's activity connected to the United States presidential election.
"Talking about the whole of the Syrian government, we want it to be democratic, and we want it to be secular as well", he said.
The Khan Sheikhun incident prompted the first direct United States military action against Assad's government since the war began, with 59 cruise missiles hitting the Shayrat airbase three days after the suspected chemical attack.
"Frankly Putin is backing a person that is truly an evil person".
Their relations indeed became more adversarial this week.
"These attempts will not succeed, this will not happen", he said.
At least 87 people, including 31 children, were killed in the alleged attack, according to the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitor.
Trump's comment came during a joint press conference with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg after he was asked for his "instinct" about whether it was possible Syria's government could have initiated the attack without Russia's knowledge.
In this undated Gwinnett County Police Department photo, Master Police Officer Robert McDonald poses for an official portrait. The results will be turned over to the county district attorney, who will decide whether to prosecute McDonald.
Some have to wash tables; some have to wear special wristbands; others are told to throw away the food they couldn't pay for. Ramo emphasized that the bill would change the previously direct relationship between school-owed debts and students.
These launches defy United Nations resolutions that ban North Korea from any use of ballistic missile technology whatsoever. The South plans to deploy the new missile this year following further tests to determine its reliability, Yonhap said.
First, Tillerson stopped in Italy to discuss the violence in Syria with a much friendlier audience: other G-7 foreign ministers. Trump tweeted in defense on Saturday night that targeting a runway made little sense and they were easily repaired.
Friday's attack has deeply shocked the usually tranquil Scandinavian nation, which prides itself on its openness and tolerance. According to the Swedish TT news agency on Sunday, the suspect applied for a residence permit in Sweden in 2014.
Channel One , Russia's TV network, rejected both options and announced they won't broadcast this year's the competition. Kiev will host the final of the Eurovision Song Contest on May 13 after two semi-finals earlier that week.
Nearly everyone expect the Cleveland Browns to take defensive end Myles Garrett as the No. 1 overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft. Schefter earlier reported that Cleveland had given Garrett an " astronomical grade " in its draft evaluation report.
She hasn't liked Meghan since essentially she was born. "I'm not really interested in fame, I just want to speak the truth". All these lowlifes are trying to get their fame on Meghan and all I was doing is writing a book about that honours her.
Of course, the wild card here is this: If Bannon is eventually ousted, does he train Breitbart's sights on Trump? There's some truth to Trump's rejection of the idea that Bannon wasn't brought in to help him shift his strategy.
There she began to blog anonymously for the BBC's Urdu language site, campaigning for the right of girls to an education. Yousafzai is the first UN Messenger of Peace to be appointed by the new Secretary-General.
Jared Kushner omits some foreign contacts on security form
Dina Powell, a former partner at Goldman Sachs, now serves on the National Security Council, and officially as an aide to Ivanka. I don't think somebody like that belongs in the White House and I can't imagine why Trump put him in there in the first place.
JPMorgan's profit beats estimates on increased trading
The current share price indicates that stock is -8.61% away from its one year high and is moving 53.67% ahead of its 52-week low. The firm had troubles with its consumer and community banking unit but this offset due to its revenues in commercial banking.
Argentina sack manager Edgardo Bauza
Bauza persuaded Messi to return in August and the captain responded with a goal in a 1-0 home win over Uruguay on September 1. AFA president Claudio Tapia has announced that Edgardo Bauza is no longer the head coach of the Argentina national team.
Formula One: Hamilton wins 5th title
Max Verstappen swept past about nine cars on the first lap, and clawed his way up into third place for the final few laps. Asked if passing all those cars on the opening lap felt like playing a video game, Verstappen said: "More or less".