The United States is not considering reducing the number of troops in Europe.
The report quoted Pentagon spokesman John Kirby as saying on Twitter.
He noted that the United States will not change its position on this issue.
Earlier, NBC reported that discussions between the United States and Russia on security issues in Europe could include reducing the number of troops and training in Eastern Europe. This information has already been denied by several US State Department officials.
Russia and the United States are scheduled to hold security talks in Geneva on January 10. In addition, a meeting of the Russia-NATO Council will be held on January 12, and talks between the Russian Federation and the OSCE will be held on January 13.