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The Kremlin claims that the conflict in the Donbas cannot be the subject of an agreement between Russia and the United States.
"It is unlikely that the internal Ukrainian conflict may become a negotiating point to any sort of agreement. This information by no means corresponds to reality," the Russian President's Press Secretary Dmitry Peskov said.
Peskov was commenting on the information that the Kremlin was preparing a "big deal" with the new U.S. administration wherein the United States …
The Kremlin disagrees with the view of U.S. President Donald Trum, that Iran is a "terrorist state," and declares that they have an intention to develop relations with this country, as stated by the Presidential Press Secretary, Dmitry Peskov, TASS reported.
"We do not agree with this approach," the Kremlin official said, commenting on Trump’s statement that Iran is "terrorist state number one."
"You know that Russia has a good partnership with Iran, we are cooperating on a number of issues, …
Russian President Vladimir Putin and U.S. President Donald Trump conducted their first telephone conversation which lasted 45 minutes.The Presidents discussed current world affairs including Ukraine, as reported on the web site of the Kremlin.
In particular, the presidents of the two countries “touched upon the issues of terrorism, the situation in the Middle East, Arab–Israeli conflict, the balance of the nuclear armaments and their non-proliferation as well as Iran nuclear program and North …
The Kremlin has called on the U.S. to consider all the consequence regarding the creation of the so-called “security zones” for Syrian refugees in order not to make the situation worse.
This was stated by the Press Secretary of the Russian President, Dmitry Peskov, as reported by Russia’s TASS news agency.
“This is important that the situation does not become worse. It is worth considering all the consequences” he stated.
When asked if the U.S. consulted with Russia prior to taking this …
The website of the President of Russia Vladimir Putin is exposed to hundreds and sometimes thousands of hacker attacks each day, but Moscow is in no hurry to throw accusations around, the official Kremlin spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, stated in an interview with NBC.
“Some of those attacks on the website are from locations in the United States, in China, India, European countries and so on,” Putin's press secretary said.
At the same time, according to Peskov, Russia is in no hurry to accuse the …
The Kremlin has begun using the Katyusha system to monitor media and social networks, Vedomosti daily reported.
The system, which is owned by a company called M 13, was brought in to manage the government’s press service. The contract amount for the remainder of the year to use the Katyusha system is 79 million rubles.
"It allows you to monitor the status of the information field in a wide range of topics in real-time, to assess the nature and extent of dissemination of information with high …
Any conclusions drawn from the statement can be attributed to campaign rhetoric.
Through the President of Russia’s press secretary, Dmitry Peskov, the Kremlin reported that the statement made by the US Republican Party's presidential candidate, Donald Trump, concerning the possible recognition of Crimea as part of Russia, will not change Russia’s attitude towards him, RIA Novosti reports.
According to Peskov, Trump’s statement was a case of campaign rhetoric.
“We know perfectly well that …
Donald Trump’s policies regarding Russia, if he were to be elected President of the United States, coincide with the Kremlin’s vision, where Europe is divided and dependent on Russia. Therefore, one can expect Moscow’s continued interference in the presidential campaign and new attempts to influence the presidential campaign in the United States may be taken before Election Day this November, Jeffrey Gedmin says.
In an interview with the Georgian Voice of America, the Senior Fellow of the …
The Press Spokesman for the President of Russia, Dmitry Peskov, has responded to Ukrainian President, Petro Poroshenko, with regard to the release of Nadiya Savchenko. RBC reported that Poroshenko has officially stated his readiness to exchange Savchenko for Russian prisoners.
“We have noted President Poroshenko’s statements regarding Savchenko. I am not ready to say more. I can however state that we have recorded the statements of Savchenko’s lawyer, Mark Feygin. He has said that the …
The Commission of UNESCO experts may consider removing the Kremlin from the list of UNESCO World Heritage sites. Der Tagesspiegel reported on January 19th that such a decision was prompted by the plans of Russian authorities to construct a 24-meter monument to Grand Duke Vladimirat on Borovitskaya Square near Kremlin. The Grand Duke was a historical figure who chose Orthodox Christianity as the state religion of Kievan Rus.
According to UNESCO experts, the monument, rising high above the …