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Putin won’t descend to Biden’s level – Kremlin

US President Joe Biden has once again disparaged his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, calling him a “dictator” in an ABC News interview on Thursday in Normandy, France, where he was attending a ceremony commemorating the 80th anniversary of D-Day. While trying to insult Putin, Biden also made an apparent mental …

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Kremlin explains decision to change defense minister

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov has voiced support for the Russian president’s pick for a new defense minister, amid a cabinet reshuffle.  The Federation Council announced on Sunday evening that Sergey Shoigu would be removed as defense minister, a post he had held since 2012, and that Vladimir Putin had proposed replacing …

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New US aid package will just kill more Ukrainians – Kremlin

Washington’s $61 billion pledge to Kiev will make little difference on the battlefield, Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov has said. The US House of Representatives approved a $95 billion foreign aid package, almost two thirds of which would be spent on Ukraine-related programs. The Kremlin, however, doesn’t appear the slightest …

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Kiev deliberately targeting journalists – Kremlin

Ukrainian forces deliberately make members of the Russian press targets on the front lines, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told Izvestia on Saturday. He offered his condolences for the loss of Semyon Yeryomin – a war correspondent for the newspaper who was recently killed while covering the conflict. The tragedy highlights the …

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Russia pulling its peacekeepers from Azerbaijan – Kremlin

Russia is withdrawing its peacekeepers from Karabakh, a region that had previously seceded from Azerbaijan, the Kremlin confirmed on Wednesday. Presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov said reports of the move that had appeared in Azerbaijani media were correct. What was formerly the self-proclaimed Republic of Nagorno-Karabakh defied Baku’s authority amid the …

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UK ‘directly involved’ in Ukraine conflict – Kremlin

Britain’s direct military involvement in Ukraine was never a secret, but one of the country’s establishment media outlets has now admitted it outright, Russian President Vladimir Putin’s press secretary, Dmitry Peskov, said on Thursday. The outlet RTVI asked Peskov to comment a report from The Times which claimed that Admiral …

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Kremlin responds to report Putin offered to freeze Ukraine conflict

A media report suggesting that Russian President Vladimir Putin reached out to the US with an offer to freeze the Ukraine conflict is false, Kremlin press secretary Dmitry Peskov has said. On Tuesday, Reuters news agency claimed that Putin had contacted Washington through intermediaries to propose “a ceasefire in Ukraine …

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Kremlin feared Carlson would face ‘persecution’

Moscow was concerned that US journalist Tucker Carlson could face “persecution” even before his interview with Russian President Vladimir Putin, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov has revealed. In an interview released by journalist Pavel Zarubin on Sunday, Peskov noted that it was Carlson who asked Putin for a sit-down, adding that …

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Kremlin hails repatriation of tech giant

The Kremlin welcomes the agreement to sell tech giant Yandex’s Russian business to a consortium of private investors, spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Monday. Often referred to as “Russia’s Google,” Yandex has come under intense pressure amid Western sanctions. Since 2022, the Dutch-registered entity has been seeking to divest its …

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Talks on Zelensky’s ‘peace formula’ are pointless – Kremlin

Top officials from dozens of countries who met in Switzerland to discuss Ukraine’s ‘peace formula’ were engaged in a completely useless endeavor without Russian participation, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Monday. On Sunday, national security advisers from 81 nations and international organizations gathered in Davos ahead of the World …

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