Dmitry Peskov

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May 11 2017 Kremlin
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We are against any actions that could pose a threat to the safety or lives of journalists.feedback

Such wording is absolutely unacceptable for a country that came under attack. All the necessary legal action regarding this ruling will be taken.feedback

There is a certain possibility. You know the talks between the Russian foreign minister and the U.S. Secretary of State are currently underway, and if they later decide to report on the results of these talks to the head of state, we will let you know.feedback

Returning to pseudo-attempts to resolve the crisis by repeating mantras that Assad must step down cannot help sort things out.feedback

As far as I understand, [Tillerson] is coming and will have negotiations with our foreign minister.feedback

The fact is that we no longer know what goals Washington pursued when deciding to carry out these strikes, but it is univocal that they are launched de facto in the interests of Daesh, al-Nusra Front and other terrorists. In this connection, we can only express regret.feedback

Washington's move deals a significant blow to the Russia-U.S. relations, which are already in a deplorable shape.feedback

President [Vladimir] Putin considers the American strikes against Syria an aggression against a sovereign government in violations of the norms of international law, and under a false pretext. Syria does not have chemical weapons.feedback

With this step Washington has struck a significant blow to Russian-American relations, which were already in a sorry state. The participants expressed deep concern at the inevitable negative consequences of these aggressive actions for the joint efforts to fight terrorism.feedback

Our legislation has, so to say, a certain code defending a citizen's honor and dignity, including those of the president. Individuals need to be guided by these norms, so unfortunately, I can say nothing.feedback

Unconditional support is not possible in this current world. It is not correct to say that Moscow can convince Mr. Assad to do whatever is wanted in Moscow. This is totally wrong.feedback

There is total Russophobia, hysterical Russophobia going on.feedback

Moscow has always supported good relations with the Baltic states.feedback

We insist that any blaming that Russia could have been interfering in domestic affairs of the United States is slander.feedback

Slogans, the proposals and criticism voiced will be taken into account.feedback

Tens of meetings were held and one of these meetings was with Kushner's company and with him. It is routine business.feedback

From our point of view the decision is absolutely unfair and we hope that it will be reviewed.feedback

It is what in English we call 'fake news.feedback

The steps made by the administrations of these regions, … can be understood to a degree.feedback

Sometimes the situation at these talks is really complicated because of substantial differences in approaches of various countries.feedback

I would not use the word 'provocation'. It (her candidacy) is the choice of a television channel, we don't see anything provocative in it. Everyone's been there. There's almost no-one who hasn't gone there. It's an international competition and the host country should follow the international rules under which the competition is run.feedback

It's clear that one should wish to avoid any politicization of Eurovision and we believe it is absolutely unacceptable.feedback

This is his job. He was talking about bilateral relations, about what is going on in the United States, so we have a better understanding in Moscow. This is what happens all around the world. Well, if you look at some people connected with Hillary Clinton during her campaign, you would probably see that he had lots of meetings of that kind. There are lots of specialists in politology, people working in think tanks advising Hillary or advising people working for Hillary. The fact that Russia is being demonised in that sense comes very strange to us.feedback

And we are really sorry about that. Because the whole issue takes us away from getting the situation to a better position. Quite unexpectedly, we were in the position where Russia became, shall we say, a nightmare for the United States. You are self-humiliating yourself to say that a country can intervene. America, a huge country - the most powerful country in the world, with very, very stable political traditions, and you say that a country can easily intervene and easily influence your electoral process? This is simply impossible.feedback

It has nothing to do with reality. It hasn't been discussed, and there is no talk about it.feedback

We disagree with and reject any such accusations.feedback

It would hardly concern us until a rise in spending upsets the existing balance of strategic deterrence.feedback

We have nothing to add to the expansive definition given by President Trump. Similarly, there has been no movement forward regarding cooperation in the fight against terrorism, which causes regret. Without waiting for these contacts to start, Russia has been consistently contributing to the fight against terrorism and scoring results.feedback

We have heard different statements from President Trump.feedback

The more such meetings an ambassador has, the more efficient his work is. The negative effect for the idea to develop at least some dialogue with Russia is evident.feedback

We're waiting for statements to be followed by some actions that would show what we actually can expect concerning the prospects of U.S.-Russian bilateral relations.feedback

From our side we are not conducting any such activity. At the moment we are not working on elections because it's a little bit early. We have not started preparations.feedback

It's important to us how our relations will develop.feedback

We have yet enough time before the election campaign.feedback

There's nothing to talk about. How can Russia rent its own region from itself?feedback

These (are) absurd accusations. ... We do not interfere in the internal affairs of other countries, including Montenegro.feedback

These aren't the documents of an officially recognized state. They are de facto issued on the territory.feedback

We never wore rose-tinted glasses, never had any illusions, so there is nothing to be disappointed with.feedback

We hope that sooner or later the process will start to resume a normal business relationship with Washington. We're losing time in terms of solving global problems. Because there are lots of problems which are of a sort that neither the United States nor Russia can solve them effectively alone.feedback

It's a newspaper report which is not based on any facts.feedback

The theme of returning Crimea will not be discussed ... Russia does not discuss its territorial integrity with foreign partners.feedback

Russia has been and remains committed to its international commitments, including to the treaty in question. Nobody has formally accused Russia of violating the treaty.feedback

I couldn't confirm this. We've already reported everything that we considered necessary about the results of the telephone conversation. We have nothing to add.feedback

Unfortunately, our military, while carrying out strikes on terrorists, was guided by coordinates given to them by our Turkish partners, and Turkish servicemen should not have been present on those coordinates. It was a lack of coordination in providing coordinates, that is how I would formulate it.feedback

We are not inclined to exaggerate this or to blow this out of proportion.feedback

This is a very unfortunate incident for the Fox company at least in our eyes.feedback

We would like to receive an apology from the president from this respected organization.feedback

Russia has friendly partner-like relations with Iran, we cooperate on a wide range of issues, value our trade ties, and hope to develop them further. It's no secret for anyone that Moscow and Washington hold diametrically opposed views on many international issues. That should not be an obstacle when it comes to forging normal communication and pragmatic mutually-beneficial relations between Russia and the United States.feedback

We consider such words from the Fox TV company to be unacceptable and insulting, and honestly speaking, we would prefer to get an apology from such a respected TV company.feedback

We express regret for this hostile stance … We are sure that such allegations are baseless.feedback

We know from the example of rocket engines that American partners never put what they need under sanctions.feedback

Such aggressive actions, supported by the armed forces of Ukraine, undermine the aims and the task of realizing the Minsk accords.feedback

(But) it's hardly possible to talk about any kind of deals (over sanctions). To start with we must fix the date and time of a meeting between the two presidents. Aides are working on this now. We have seen a readiness to solve difficult problems through dialogue, which President Putin has long been calling for and unfortunately in previous years did not find a response (to).feedback

Contacts at the level of the administrations are not taking place at the moment, there haven't been any yet, such contacts are yet to be established.feedback

No, our American partners did not consult with us. It's a sovereign decision.feedback

Successful development of bilateral ties will depend on our ability to solve these differences through dialogue.feedback

It cannot be seen as participation in the privatization. It has absolutely no connection to the privatization itself.feedback

Right now there are no agreements, drafts or any preparations underway for a meeting because the president and Mr Trump have not discussed this in any way.feedback

Let's wait until he assumes office before we give assessment to any initiatives.feedback

There have not been talks about a meeting yet.feedback

Of course we'd like to see them gone but you know sanctions are not that effective. Sanctions hit the interests of the country that is under sanction but at the same time it hits the interest of the country that introduce the sanctions.feedback

Lots of things that's being blamed on us and our president – they're false and they're fake. Think twice before saying that Russians are bad guys.feedback

I do not work in intelligence agency. I work in Kremlin. But I can assure you that the allegations in this funny paper, in this so-called report, they are untrue. They are all fake.feedback

Moscow is genuinely hoping that our presidents will get along. At least Trump has spoken of his readiness for dialogue. This doesn't mean there's a readiness to agree about everything with each other. That is hardly possible and Moscow isn't expecting that, but dialogue is grounds for hope and could help us find a way out of many complex situations.feedback

These actions threaten our interests, our security. Especially as it concerns a third party building up its military presence near our borders. It's not even a European state.feedback

Moscow hopes that our presidents will get along well.feedback

This is an evident attempt to harm our bilateral ties. The Kremlin does not engage in collecting compromising information.feedback

You have to react to this with a certain humor, but there's also a sad side to this. Hysteria is being whipped up to maintain a political witch hunt.feedback

We understand that Tillerson will continue to be quite tough in pursuing his line.feedback

They are amateurish and are hardly worthy of the high professional standards of top intelligence agencies. We categorically rule out the possibility that Russian officials or official bodies could have been involved. We are tired of such accusations. This is beginning to remind us of a full-fledged witch hunt.feedback

We are observing a serious fatigue with these accusations. It truly is reminiscent of a witch-hunt.feedback

We strongly disagree with any of the ungrounded claims, accusations, that were made in reference to Russia. From our point of view such actions by the current administration in Washington are, unfortunately, a manifestation of unpredictable and, one might even say, aggressive foreign policy.feedback

We think that such steps by a U.S. administration that has three weeks left to work are aimed at two things: to further harm Russian-American ties, which are at a low point as it is, as well as, obviously, to deal a blow to the foreign policy plans of the incoming administration of the president-elect.feedback

This (attack), of course, is a blow in the sense of the country's prestige.feedback

We need to wait for the results of the joint investigative group. It is really not worth rushing to conclusions.feedback

Did it (the spyware) have 'Made in Russia' written on it? We absolutely refute this nonsense.feedback

We're not wearing rose-tinted glasses, we have no illusions about any breakthroughs but hope for a more constructive approach.feedback

Almost every level of dialogue with the United States is frozen. We don't communicate with one another, or (if we do) we do so minimally. Everyone's heads are aching because of work and with projects and nobody is thinking or talking about elections.feedback

We believe this damages bilateral relations ... Russia will take commensurate measures.feedback

We shouldn't rush with any theories before the investigators establish who were behind the assassination of our ambassador.feedback

Either stop talking about it or finally provide some evidence. Otherwise it looks indecent.feedback

They should either stop talking about that, or produce some proof at last. Otherwise it all begins to look unseemly.feedback

The potential in our relations is so rich, and the desire is so great to develop our relations to the level where they meet their potential, that we don't want to concentrate on one issue but on the wider substance ... of our relations.feedback

As for assertions about whether he will treat the Russian Federation well or badly, there is a big difference between being secretary of state and being head of a company, albeit a large one.feedback

The threat of losing Palmyra is a loss for all civilized humankind, not just for Russia.feedback

As part of his duties as head of one of the biggest oil companies, he had contacts with our representatives. The president received him several times.feedback

We regret that the world community, including our partners in the United States, are reacting very modestly to the tragedy that unfolded with the attack on the field hospital.feedback

In the Kremlin we wouldn't want to see any actions by the Ukrainian side that breached international law and that might create dangerous conditions for international flights over the territory of Russia and adjacent regions.feedback

But at the same time from our point of view it should not in any way influence the centripetal trend which exists in our bilateral relations with Tokyo.feedback

They are Russian Federation citizens, this is the most important thing in this case.feedback

The commission was postponed as the agenda is still being worked out. Work with Russian oil companies is being regularly carried out by the energy ministry. There are no separate meetings scheduled by the president.feedback

The arrest of Mr Ulyukayev can hardly be associated in any way with changes in economic policy.feedback

It is phenomenal how close they are to one another when it comes to their conceptual approach to foreign policy. And that is probably a good basis for our moderate optimism that they will at least be able to start a dialogue to start to clear out the Augean stables in our bilateral relations.feedback

An atmosphere of mutual trust takes years to achieve. It's not possible to just declare that there is an atmosphere of mutual trust, especially after such serious damage was done in the last few years to our relations.feedback

And our experts, our specialists on the U.S., on international affairs ... Of course they are constantly speaking to their counterparts here, including those from Mr. Trump's group.feedback

Of course, it's quite natural that Russian experts are trying to maintain the dialogue with people from different camps. It's very important to understand the main streams, and understand the main tendencies, nuances in the positions of different parties, different camps here in the United States.feedback

The (Russian) president deems a regime when Russian air forces don't carry out strikes on eastern Aleppo as reasonable if militants don't start combat action.feedback

There is no such issue on the agenda, as such. There are no discussions about that in the Kremlin.feedback

At the same time, he is a rather well-known actor, which became the reason for granting him Russian Federation citizenship.feedback

This is a case which merits the closest attention of the relevant authorities, in this case the prison service.feedback

We'll do whatever is necessary to keep our national interests safe.feedback

Don't speak to terrorists – you have to kill terrorists.feedback

We're still quite a strong country that is capable of preserving its own national interests.feedback

Some countries are trying to play with the devil and use terrorists to get rid of Assad, and some just say thoughtlessly that Assad must leave. If Damascus falls and terrorists take hold there, there will be no political settlement then.feedback

There are plenty of instruments already there to control the skies and the security of our infrastructure in Syria.feedback

It must be liberated and everything must be done to prevent the country's breakup, which could have catastrophic consequences for the entire region.feedback

A temporary base is not a goal, it's a means to achieve the goal that was declared by the president - to help legitimate Syrian authorities in their fight with ISIS and other terrorist organisations. The Syrian territory must be liberated.feedback

Unfortunately, the information that we receive, it does not give us the opportunity to be careless optimists. It is clear that the world community still has very long and hard work ahead.feedback

Moscow is ready to react positively to any attempt for dialogue.feedback

The Russian military is offering yet another chance, and we hope that our partners will allow us all to take advantage of that.feedback

Russia now expects its partners ... to take the baton and assist this humanitarian operation, to make sure the bandits leave Aleppo, especially its eastern part, in order for a real process of separation of the so-called moderate opposition from terrorist groups to begin.feedback

They mentioned various anti-missile systems, the supplies of which in different variations Russia could consider if there was such a wish on Turkey's side.feedback

Probably the British foreign minister is aware of the Vienna Convention and that Great Britain is duty-bound to take responsibility for the safety of Russian diplomatic missions on its territory.feedback

The President made the decision to cancel his visit. The President noted that he is ready to visit Paris at a time convenient for (French President) Hollande. We will wait for this convenient time to come.feedback

We're not blaming the White House or Langley every time.feedback

Of course we would like our country to be mentioned only positively, but to our regret we know that the Russian card and mentioning our president have practically become an inseparable part of America's election campaign.feedback

Once all preparatory work has been finalised, we will issue a relevant statement.feedback

First-hand radar data identified all flying objects which could have been launched or in the air over the territory controlled by rebels at that moment. The data are clear-cut...there is no rocket. If there was a rocket, it could only have been fired from elsewhere.feedback

If there was a rocket, it could only have been launched from a different area. You can't argue with it, it can't be discussed.feedback

Because there has been no separation of moderates from terrorists, terrorists continue their encroachments, they continue offensives ... Naturally the fight against terrorists is ongoing, it must not be stopped.feedback

Regrettably ... the ceasefire regime has not been effective enough to date. But nonetheless Moscow is not losing hope - and what is more important, not losing political will to spare no effort for achieving a steady process of political settlement in Syria. (But) so far it's been very hard.feedback

The Kremlin views the situation as extremely complicated. We are chiefly concerned that ... terrorists are using a ceasefire to regroup their forces, to replenish their arsenals, for obvious preparations for waging offensives.feedback

Putin "once again received a massive vote of confidence from the country's people.feedback

In general, we can still state that the (ceasefire) process is moving forward, despite some setbacks.feedback

Before Snowden everyone was joking that 'Big brother is watching you' and then we suddenly learned that he actually was watching. Understanding that we all live in an aquarium – and that understanding is exactly what Snowden gave us – is much more important than evaluation of what he did. At least that's my opinion.feedback

Putin sent a clear and unequivocal signal: we are interested in the restoration of our relations, we are interested in renewal of talks in all spheres, including the most sensitive ones.feedback

Moscow is at pains to avoid any words that could be interpreted as direct or indirect interference in the election process.feedback

This will be the first meeting after that collapse in our relations, the first one after the leaders of the two nations turned over that page. Therefore, it's possible to say with confidence they won't lack topics for discussion.feedback

The principle of collective responsibility is hardly acceptable.feedback

I certainly regret such a decision by the Court of Arbitration for Sport which refers to absolutely all of our athletes.feedback

Once we have received these proposals from the original source and not from a newspaper, then we will be able to say something.feedback

Such discussions are not taking place in the Kremlin and are not agreed with the Kremlin.feedback

The issues (to be discussed) are fairly predictable. Syria, Ukraine and bilateral relations". Kerry will also hold talks with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Friday.feedback

The return of our guys to Moscow and the pardoning of Savchenko and her return to Kiev can hardly be considered as something that is able to significantly change the current atmosphere, which of course we would like to see as more constructive.feedback

We were in correspondence with him (Elton John) a couple of weeks ago, because there had been an agreement that, if their schedules allow, this meeting would take place. President Putin expressed readiness for this meeting. But this time, the meeting won't take place, unfortunately. Their schedules do not match up. But this does not mean that such a meeting won't take place next time.feedback

The situation with Iran has changed dramatically.feedback

We are continuously developing friendly relations with Iran, but we cannot really talk about a new paradigm in our relations.feedback

It's obvious that the intention, the main target, of this attack, was in the first place against our country, and against President Putin himself.feedback

The main target of this disinformation is our president, especially in the context of the upcoming parliamentary elections and in the context of a longer-term perspective - I mean presidential elections in two years.feedback

Such a meeting cannot be excluded, if there are precise dates of his (John's) stay here and if the president's working schedule allows it.feedback

After the withdrawal of part of our (military) contingent from Syria, air force units remaining at two bases – in Hmeymim and Tartous – will continue fighting terrorist groups … and will continue supporting the Syrian's army's offensive.feedback

Negative comments from U.S. politicians were nothing new. It's an open secret for us that demonizing Russia and whatever is linked to Russia is unfortunately a mandatory hallmark of America's election campaign.feedback

We hope that all countries in the region will maintain restraint and a balanced attitude.feedback

I may be wrong. I'm not an expert or a judge but it is obvious that we are definitely talking about a woman who is mentally unsound. You need to regard anything that such a deranged woman says accordingly.feedback

Russia views such trans-border strikes by Turkish artillery and artillery strikes at Syrian territory as unacceptable. We can only express our regret that this draft resolution was not supported.feedback

At the moment one cannot speak of coordinating actions in a practical sense.feedback

But you can put that down to subtle British humour, when an open public inquiry hangs on classified information from unnamed intelligence services and is based on prolific use of the words 'possibly' and 'probably.feedback

The presidential decree is taking effect and must be carried out.feedback

Russia was never the initiator of this cooling of relations.feedback

We can express our regret but on the other hand there never is a vacuum in the market, if one company leaves others will fill this gap.feedback

This time the agreement was supported at the highest level and we hope that all parties will honour their commitments.feedback

I do not know the authenticity of this video, I do not know the authenticity of these sources, but in any case no doubt this will be material for review by our special (security) services.feedback

The tragedy in Odessa saw nationalists and radicals burn unarmed people alive, with the permission of the authorities. The Kyiv authorities are not only responsible but are also complicit in these crimes.feedback

They held talks, comprehensively discussed trade and economic relations of Ukraine and Russia.feedback

We need to check this information, but as far as we know, he considers himself a defender of human rights and a campaigner for democratic ideals.feedback

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