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They're trying to create these bogeymen to link the opposition to undesirable people – me being the undesirable in this case.feedback
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May 25 2017
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Vladimir Putin

Your question looks very funny for me. Don't be angry with me. We have nothing to do with that. There will be no effect.feedback

Vladimir Putin

There will be no effect. You see, I am going to play hockey with the hockey fans. And I invite you to do the same.feedback

Vladimir Putin

There will be no effect. Your question looks very funny for me. Don't be angry with me. We have nothing to do with that. President Trump is acting in accordance with his competence, in accordance with his law and Constitution. What about us? Why we? You see, I am going to play hockey with the hockey fans. And I invite you to do the same.feedback

Matthew Olsen

Russia's efforts to subvert Western democracy will continue until the Kremlin pays a price.feedback

Ben Nimmo

The Kremlin doesn't have a preference in terms of right or left. It has a preference in terms of useful or hostile.feedback

Hans-Georg Maassen

Our counterpart is trying to generate information that can be used for disinformation or for influence operations.feedback

Alexei Navalny

They have no shame. We're fighting to ensure that the vision in the eye remains clear. If it doesn't work out (and that's a possibility, alas), then Russia will have a president with a stylish white eye.feedback

Jean-Marc Ayrault

We have definite sources that the procedure used to make the Sarin sampled is typical of the methods developed in Syrian laboratories. This method bears the signature of the regime, and that is what has allowed us to establish its responsibility in this attack. Only the regime has such air assets.feedback

Georg Zachmann - Bruegel

Emmanuel Macron is not considered a Russia hawk. But he is not ignoring the challenge arising from Russia. More importantly, Macron wants to strengthen the EU, which runs against the interest of the Kremlin to weaken it. All other candidates were openly against or at least less enthusiastic about the EU. If Macron succeeds, the EU might continue to be able to defend its values on human rights and international law - even in times when the U.S. takes a more appeasing stance towards the Kremlin.feedback

Ben Nimmo

There is very, very strong support for the Kremlin among the far right in Europe. And Farage is squarely in that bloc with the likes of the Front National in France and Jobbik in Hungary. And it's not going to be his normal 'Mr Brexit' speech. He's going to be talking about the need for closer relations with Russia.feedback

Alexey Kovalev

Everyone, please chill. These guys (average age: 70) couldn't have possibly game-planned making a sandwich, let alone rigging U.S. elex.feedback

Leonid Reshetnikov

World War II was orchestrated by the same forces now trying to rule the world, forces located in the United States. I'm talking about international companies and the upper crust of the Anglo-Saxon elite.feedback

Dmitry Kiselyov

The world is a hair's breadth from nuclear war. War can break out as a result of confrontation between two personalities; Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un. Both are dangerous, but who is more dangerous? Trump is. Limited international experience, unpredictability and a readiness to go to war. He [Kim] is after all on his home territory. He doesn't plan to attack anyone just for the sake of it.feedback

Sergey Lavrov

I really hope that the kind of unilateral action we recently saw in Syria won't happen (in North Korea) and that the USA will follow the line which President Trump repeatedly set out during his pre-election campaign.feedback

Alvi Karimov

You cannot detain and persecute people who simply do not exist in the republic. If there were such people in Chechnya, the law-enforcement organs wouldn't need to have anything to do with them because their relatives would send them somewhere from which there is no returning.feedback

Valery Fedorov

The U.S. missile strike on Syria was a 'cold shower' for many Russians. Donald Trump's aggressive behaviour has resurrected distrust and ill-will towards America, something that has characterised Russian society for the last two decades.feedback

Dmitri Muratov

Information from the Kremlin or from the White House, it's not for us verified information. We don't place our trust just on their word.feedback

Dmitry Peskov

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

Dmitry Peskov

We call all countries for restraint, we call all the countries to refrain from any actions that could amount to provocative steps.feedback

John Ficarra

I took an informal poll around the MAD offices and, to a person, Jake was everyone's No. 2 choice to write the book's foreword. Vladimir Putin was No. 1, but our repeated calls to the Kremlin went unreturned.feedback

Dmitry Muratov

This resolution is encouraging religious fanatics to retaliate against our journalists.feedback

Sergey Lavrov

As for the allegations that the U.S. government has irrefutable proof that we interfered with the electoral campaign, I have to say, once again, that we have not seen any facts, even hints at facts.feedback

Rex W. Tillerson

Clearly, this is an issue that has emerged in our time for which we have yet, as an international community, come to some conclusion on how we want to respond to that. This is just the latest of the use of chemical weapons by the Assad regime, and notwithstanding their use on more than 50 occasions of chlorine bombs and cluster bombs and other types of weapons that are intended to maim and kill in the most horrific ways.feedback

Tatyana Stanovaya

They will only happen when you start seeing an open split in the elites.feedback

Tatyana Stanovaya

Until that happens again, a lot more time is needed for dissatisfaction to gradually accumulate.feedback

Alexei Navalny

I of course assess the March 26 action to be very successful. It was the first simultaneous action in towns since the 1990s. Despite the fact that the authorities tried to frighten everyone ... tens of thousands took to the streets. We need to continue.feedback

Dmitry Peskov

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

Sarah Posner

Before departing for a closely-watched trip to Russia this week, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson called on the Kremlin to “confront” its meddling in the 2016 U.S. election. In a segment on ABC’s “This Week, ” Tillerson warned Russia that its continued meddling here and elsewhere “undermines any hope of [Russia] improving relations” with the United States and European democracies.feedback

Hillary Clinton

Oh my gosh, by the time they finished with me, I was Typhoid Mary. Yes. That was one of the high points of the last weeks. We aren't going to let somebody sitting in the Kremlin, with 1,000 agents, with bots and trolls and everybody else, try to mix up in our election. We've got to end that, and we need to make sure that's a bipartisan, American commitment. I am passionate about the unfinished business of the 21st century, the rights and opportunities for women and girls.feedback

Mikhail Yemelyanov

Consequences could be grave. Up to military confrontation and exchange of blows, nothing can be excluded.feedback

Carter Eskew

The cruise missiles that hit Syria last night not only struck back at Bashar al-Assad for the recent heinous poison-gas attack but also obliterated (at least temporarily) President Trump’s Russia problem. One wonders whether some segment of die-hard Hillary Clinton supporters, who last night heard their candidate blame Russian interference in the November elections for her loss, don’t feel this morning that Trump’s attack was motivated by his desire to stanch the weeks of political blood-loss from the revelations around his administration’s coziness with Russia and its seeming indifference to the subversion of our democracy. If so, Russia certainly cooperated. Almost on cue, the Kremlin denounced the attack and “smart” Russian President Vladimir Putin ridiculed it as “trumped-up.” Putin and Trump: Comrades, it would seem, no more.feedback

Dmitry Peskov

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

Rex W. Tillerson

There were no decisions or prior contacts, nor have there been any since the attack, with Moscow.feedback

Rex W. Tillerson

Clearly, Russia has failed in its responsibility to deliver on that commitment from 2013. So either Russia has been complicit or Russia has been incompetent in its ability to deliver on that agreement.feedback

Viktor Ozerov

This will have negative consequences for normalization of the situation in Syria.feedback

Mikhail Yemelyanov

This is fraught with the possibility of a clash between Russia and the USA, and the consequences might could be the most severe, including military conflict. Here you can't rule out anything.feedback

Yelena Suponina

Some people here thought that it would be easy to deal with Trump. No, it will be very difficult. He's not only ready to make tough decisions, he is unpredictable.feedback

Hillary Clinton

I think we should have been more willing to confront Assad. I really believe we should have and still should take out his air fields and prevent him from being able to use them to bomb innocent people and drop sarin gas on them. I don't want any Republican candidate to be subjected to what I was subjected to….I don't want anybody running campaigns to have their communications stolen. We aren't going to let somebody sitting in the Kremlin, with bots and trolls, try to mix up our election. We've got to end that and we have to make sure that is a bipartisan, American commitment.feedback

Alexey Kovalev

Russian state TV will say literally anything as long as it exonerates Assad and blames the West. No matter what Assad does - he's never to blame for anything, even if it takes impossible rhetorical gymnastics.feedback

Soraya Post

Beware Mr Putin. You need to respect the constitution. You need to release your political prisoners. Or March 2017 will be another winter month that goes down in Russian history.feedback

Alexey Kovalev

So far, the state-run media’s reaction to this latest attack has been more restrained and less paranoid than usual.feedback

Dmitry Peskov

As a person, he might be stung, but as president he is quite resilient to these vulgarities and has learned to brush them off long ago. I have not seen the documents and I cannot say anything. Actually, 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. Well, let's do this. I will have a look at the picture, hold consultations with the Justice Ministry and answer your question tomorrow.feedback

Jennifer Rubin

The Russia scandal won’t vanish anytime soon. “What was young [Ezra] Cohen-Watnick, a 30-year-old favorite of [Michael] Flynn, Steve Bannon, and Jared Kushner whom National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster tried and failed to fire, doing ransacking this supersensitive database? Gellman speculates that he was trying not only to buttress Trump’s smears against Obama but also to monitor the status of the FBI investigation into Kremlin-gate. If so, was he acting on his own initiative, or did someone higher up, e.g., Bannon or Kushner, authorize an attempt to use top-secret intelligence for political purposes?”.feedback

Jennifer Rubin

During Thursday’s highly informative hearing of the Senate Intelligence Committee, Clinton Watts, a former FBI special agent, explained that President Trump helped spread Russian propaganda by echoing its claims during the campaign. He said.feedback

Vladimir Putin

We feel that our US partners are interested in developing this cooperation and this is a very good signal. We hope that this (cooperation) will spread to other world regions, including the Arctic,'' the president said.feedback

Jennifer Rubin

The House Intelligence Committee’s probe of alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 elections, including potential ties between the Trump team and the Kremlin, is effectively on hold, after its chairman said the panel would not interview more witnesses until two intelligence chiefs return to Capitol Hill for a still-unscheduled private briefing.feedback

Karen DeYoung - the Post

Hill, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution and former member of the National Intelligence Council, was first recruited for the NSC job under Michael Flynn. … [The] job offer was subsequently renewed by [H.R. McMaster]. … In her book 'Mr. Putin: Operative in the Kremlin,' Hill described Putin as a survivalist on foreign policy, willing to use 'forms of blackmail, intimidation, punishment, and blatant distortion of the truth' to defend Russia and his position.feedback

Dmitry Peskov

There were dozens of meetings, among them with Mr Kushner's company and with Mr Kushner himself. It's normal business.feedback

Ekaterina Schulmann

Our political regime is fixated on what it calls stability, that is a lack of change. The political machine believes the best offer it can make to society is 'Let's keep everything the way it is for as long as possible'. Young people need a model of the future, clear prospects, rules of the game which they recognize as fair, and ... a social leg-up. Not only do they not see any of that, no one is even talking about it.feedback

Maxim Trudolyubov

Right now it looks like a major new phenomenon in that there are young people who are active and have agendas. One important factor is that these people all grew up under Putin. They don't remember any other leader.feedback

Aleksei Petrov

A milestone event occurred in Irkutsk today – a new politically active class was born. Almost a thousand young people of student age have taken to the streets.feedback

Oleg Kashin

The aftermath of the rallies will show whether we are having a political thaw or not. If there is a new Bolotnoye case, then it is not a thaw. Otherwise, it is, even if no substantial policy changes follow.feedback

Dmitri S. Peskov

The Kremlin respects the civic stance of the people and their right to voice their position. We can't express the same respect for those who consciously misinformed people. We don't shape the editorial policies of TV channels. The Kremlin is quite sober when analyzing the scale of yesterday's protests.feedback

Victor Zadorozhnyi

Younger people have smarter eyes. Elder people, they have rigid brains, watching Channel One is a routine for them – they switch it on to see what is Channel One telling us. Everything's good, Mashka the cat had kittens yesterday.feedback

Dmitri S. Peskov

Law enforcement was acting in a totally correct, highly professional and lawful way.feedback

Alexei Navalny

Even the slightest illusion of fair justice is absent here. Yesterday's events have shown that quite a large number of voters in Russia support the program of a candidate who stands for fighting corruption. These people demand political representation – and I strive to be their political representative. You can't detain tens of thousands of people. Yesterday we saw the authorities can only go so far.feedback

Dmitri Trenin

By co-opting the masses against the elite, the president has shaped a country to echo his values and grievances. And now he’s working to secure his legacy. When Vladimir Putin was asked about his job, two years after becoming master of the Kremlin on New Year’s Eve, 1999, he said something about being a hired manager elected by the Russian people for a term of office. When he is asked about his job now, he calls it “fate”. Yesterday saw thousands joined the biggest since anti-government demonstrations in many years to protest against Putin and his prime minister/protégé Dmitry Medvedev.feedback

Alexei Navalny

The Kremlin sees us as their enemy, but what should I do? I'm not going away. I live here. I'm going to live here. It doesn't guarantee your safety. It's an arms race I can't win.feedback

Alexei Navalny

I know that I represent millions of people, I know that my positions are supported by the people, and if it were an honest election, I'd win.feedback

Anton Gerashchenko

[Parshov] underwent a special course at a school for saboteurs.feedback

Vladimir Putin

We attach great importance to our relations with France, but at the same time we try to maintain equal relations both with the current authorities and with representatives of the opposition. We do not want to influence events in any way, but we reserve the right to talk to representatives of all the country's political forces, just as our partners in Europe and the United States do.feedback

Ludovic de Danne

He wished her good luck for the presidential election. We felt they understood each other, they were on the same wave length. Macron-Merkel it's the declining establishment, Le Pen and Putin represent the freedom of the people, cooperation in a multi-polar world.feedback

Nicolas Bay

With Donald Trump to the West, and Vladimir Putin to the East, Marine Le Pen clearly appears to be the least isolated of the presidential candidates.feedback

Christophe DeLoire - Reporters Without Borders

It is clear that at the moment the direct audience for Russian media in France is very marginal.feedback

Gleb Pavlovsky

The Kremlin keeps persuading itself and the population that it is right, its policy is shaping the future and its vision of the world will win. The Kremlin has made more than one bet (in the French vote), but the question is if these bets are real. I believe it's a delusion.feedback

Dmitry Kiselyov

There is an impression that they are bluntly clearing the political field for Emmanuel Macron, the project of Francois Hollande.feedback

Gennady Gudkov

I have an impression – I hope it's only an impression – that the practice of killing political opponents has started spreading in Russia.feedback

Denis Voronenkov

For our personal safety, we can't let them know where we are. It's a totally amoral system and in its anger it may go to extreme measures. There's been a demonization of us. It's hard to say what will happen. We need to be careful. We are poking a sore spot of the Kremlin with our statements.feedback

Michael McFaul

After the vote results came in last November, many Russians close to the Kremlin celebrated. “Our Trump” - or #TrumpNash, as they tweeted - had been elected president of the United States. Few in Moscow expected Donald Trump to win, but many Russians wanted him to win, including Vladimir Putin. The Russian president so passionately supported the Republican candidate and despised Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton that he brazenly tried to influence our presidential election. As FBI Director James B. Comey described on Monday, the Russians “were unusually loud in their intervention, ” violating our sovereignty by meddling in one of our most sacred acts as a democracy and not seeming to care if they were exposed. The Russian theft and then publication of private data from the Democratic National Committee and Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta produced a significant impact on our electoral process. The DNC chair was forced to resign and Democratic supporters of Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) became more enraged at Clinton, causing many of them to stay home on Election Day. Clinton’s image was damaged continuously by daily media coverage of these stolen emails. Of course, many factors combined to produce Trump’s victory, but Putin’s intervention most certainly played a contributing role.feedback

Dmitry Peskov

The decision from our point of view is absolutely unfair, it's unfortunate. And we hope all the same that it will be reconsidered.feedback

Alexander Baunov

It's a strong simplification to think that Yanukovych was acting as the Kremlin's puppet and followed all the instructions coming from the Kremlin.feedback

Alexei Navalny

Maybe in the Kremlin they think I won't make video addresses with a green face. But I will definitely make them because more people will watch them now and it definitely won't stop me. I will be opening a headquarters in Barnaul as if I am from the film The Mask! Cool. Even my teeth are green!feedback

Vladimir Putin

"We can't allow splits, animosity, insults and the bitterness of the past to be dragged into our lives today,"feedback

Lev Gudkov

"A long and dangerous confrontation caused strong public fear of a big war,"feedback

Lev Gudkov

"There are no other real candidates. The political field has been burned out,"feedback

Tatyana Stanovaya

"The aim is ... to create a feeling of intrigue and uncertainty regarding the nation's future,"feedback

Gleb Pavlovsky

The Kremlin is trying to encourage people, various population groups, to turn out for vote. It's a nervous moment for both Putin and his entourage. It's not a thaw; it's the Kremlin games with liberal factions in the business community and the establishment. It's a signal to young bureaucrats: Wait a little and you also will go up, your careers will grow. Immediately after the vote, a struggle will begin in his inner circle between those aspiring to be his successors. He will become a lame duck from the very start.feedback

Gleb Pavlovsky

"Voters must receive some political gifts, such as the release of political prisoners, the softening of the regime,"feedback

Kateryna Rozhkova

These banks have a high level of debt to their parent structures. Sanctions prevent these debts being paid.feedback

Milan Patel - K2 Intelligence

Magically those guys would disappear off the battlefield and most likely end up working for the Russian government.feedback

James Lewis

Rule Number Three (is), if we ask you to do us a favour, do it.feedback

Lev Lurie

It doesn't fit for the authorities. They are passing it from hand-to-hand like a hot potato.feedback

Mikhail Zygar

Only retrospectively it looks like a tragedy, the end of the Russian Empire. But if we look inside that year, we see that people perceived it as a year of hope, of creativity. 1917 was the year when history was made by Russian society.feedback

Dmitry Peskov

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. This is his job. He was talking about bilateral relations. He was talking about what is going on in the United States so we have a better understanding in Moscow. This is what is being performed by every ambassador of Russia abroad, every ambassador of the United States abroad, including in Moscow.feedback

Dmitry Peskov

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

Vladimir Putin

The candidate Hillary Clinton was quite negative – declaring Russia the main evil, the main threat. Whom would you like better – the one that says Russia is evil? Or the one that says yes we disagree, but let's find points of agreement. We don't have a proper understanding of the future. We certainly would expect our contacts to be more frequent, more in depth, because we had quite a significant pause.feedback

Anastasia Zotova

Ildar again is arrested. His first picket (since his release), his first detention.feedback

Dmitry Peskov

We disagree with and reject any such accusations. Russia has adhered to and will adhere to all its international obligations, including those under the INF Treaty.feedback

Erik Wemple

In the aftermath of the 2016 election, WikiLeaks enjoyed bragging about the impact of its repeated dumps of emails targeting Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman and the Democratic National Committee.feedback

Stephen Colbert

Big news today out of the Kremlin – I'm sorry, I misread that: White House. You know how there's all this smoke about the idea that Trump and his folks colluded with the Russians to influence the election, and the Trump people are saying, There's nothing to see here'? Well I spy with my little eye the attorney general of the United States. Things are getting serious because the White House staff has been told to preserve all Russia-related materials. So, you hear that Mr. President? Do not get that mattress steam-cleaned yet.feedback

Natalya Timakova

It is meaningless to comment on propaganda rants made by an opposition character who was convicted and who says he is already conducting some election campaign and is fighting against the government.feedback

Ilya Yashin

We gathered here to demand bringing of Boris Nemtsov's killers to justice, not only its performers but also its organisers and those who ordered it. We gathered here to demand political reforms and release of political prisoners.feedback

Konstantin Kosachyov

Trump's campaign slogan 'Make America great again', if that means nuclear supremacy, will return the world to the worst times of the arms race in the '50s and '60s. Are we entering a new era? In my view we need an answer to that question as soon as possible.feedback

Andrei Kolyadin

The presidential administration and various agencies responsible for elections try to gather together in one place all the problem issues before the elections.feedback

Dmitry Peskov

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

Yuri Ushakov

Specific dates of such a meeting... are not being considered at all.feedback

Dmitry Peskov

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

Dmitry Peskov

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

Petro Poroshenko

What is better for us – to have them working in mines or shooting at our soldiers?feedback

Dmitry Peskov

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

Volodymyr Fesenko

It's an attempt to destabilize political situation in Ukraine.feedback

Andrei Fedorov

Very serious preparatory work is going on in the Kremlin, including a paper – seven pages – describing a psychological portrait of Trump, especially based on this last two to three months, and the last weeks. Trump is not living in a box – he is living in a crowd. He should listen to the people around him especially in the areas where he is weak. Trump cannot come to a meeting with Putin as a loser – he must sort out his domestic problems first. It's a risky game.feedback

Yuriy Myhalevych

People became different, compared to how they used to be. People felt that they could change something in this country. But unfortunately, there have not been enough changes over the past three years.feedback

Petro Poroshenko

For me, this is another proof of Russian occupation as well as Russian violation of international law. We have once again received a powerful signal that the USA stands with Ukraine, that Ukraine is among the top priorities for the new US administration. The issue of Crimea and decisive struggle for the liberation of Crimea also remain among priorities.feedback

Dmitry Peskov

No one has officially accused Russia of violating the INF Treaty. Russia was and remains committed to its international obligations, including those under the agreement you mentioned (INF).feedback

Andrey Kortunov

It is not the goal of Putin's foreign policy to become a new superpower or even to establish himself as the biggest dude on the block. The Kremlin sees its actions much more as defensive and responsive against moves encroaching on Russia's interests.feedback

Andrey Kortunov

Russia has its own post-imperial trauma, like many countries in Europe. A key priority for the Kremlin is therefore to bring Russia back as an important player.feedback

Dmitry Peskov

There has not yet been substantive contact between the two heads of state, . We haven't been wearing rose-tinted glasses, we never harboured illusions, so there is nothing to be disappointed in. There has not yet been substantive contact between the two heads of state. It's not known when this will happen. And probably only after they talk will it be clear where significant differences remain and where it is possible to discover areas for cooperation.feedback

Alastair Newton

Despite Trump's seeming single-mindedness over Putin any hope of significant rapprochement with Russia is well and truly dead – as the Kremlin at least appears to be recognising even if Trump himself does not.feedback

Dmitry Peskov

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

Dmitry Peskov

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

Maria V. Zakharova

We're not surprised by anything anymore. This information once again proves that a very deep political game is playing out within the United States.feedback

Vyacheslav Volodin

Let's wait for some first-hand words from the U.S. president. When people get elected by voters it's not merely for warm words and the ability to speak, but for concrete promises ... that will be fulfilled.feedback

Alexei Pushkov

It was not Flynn who was targeted but relations with Russia.feedback

Alexei Makarkin

This infatuation with Trump in Russia is over, and Flynn as a person who has contributed to this infatuation stopped being perceived as a figure who can have a real impact on the U.S. foreign policy. It has led to a realization that if Flynn wanted to promote better ties with Russia, he would not have the real chance to.feedback

Sergei Kislyak

I don't exclude that at a certain stage we may have a mutual interest to talk about those issues, but as of now I'm not seeing any basis for reaching agreement. If we have serious cooperation, it could help to start rebuilding trust.feedback

Numan Kurtulmus

From our side the issue is being investigated. Initial information shows this was an accident ... and an undesired incident as a result of incorrect information, coordinates.feedback

Numan Kurtulmus

It has been understood that closer coordination is required, both with the coalition and with Russia.feedback

Dmitry Peskov

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, and therefore these unintended strikes took place. It was a lack of coordination in providing coordinates, that is how I would formulate it.feedback

Alexei Navalny

What we have just seen is a telegram of sorts from the Kremlin, saying that they consider me, my team and people whose views I represent too dangerous to be allowed into the election campaign. We do not recognize this verdict, it will be overturned, and ... I have the right to run in the election. I will continue to represent the interests of those who want to see Russia as a normal, honest and corruption-free country.feedback

Tom Kent - Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty

This is not designed as propaganda or counter-propaganda. We do not intend to be involved in reacting to an agenda set by anyone, in Russia or elsewhere.feedback

Maria Lipman

The Kremlin is demonstrating that he does not have a political future.feedback

Dmitry Peskov

We consider comments of that kind made by Fox News' journalist unacceptable and offensive. And, frankly, we would like to receive an apology addressed to the president from such a respected network. This is a very unfortunate incident for the Fox company, at least in our eyes. We are not inclined to exaggerate this or to blow this out of proportion.feedback

Dmitry Peskov

But we are very kind and very patient. We are not inclined to exaggerate this or to blow this out of proportion. But in any case the insult that is voiced by a correspondent of a media outlet and subsequently passed over in silence by its chief editorial office characterizes these media negatively.feedback

Bill O'Reilly

I'm working on that apology but it may take a little time. You might want to check in with me around ... 2023.feedback

Dmitry Peskov

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

Dmitry Peskov

We express regret for this hostile stance of the minister. We are sure that such allegations are baseless.feedback

Michael Fallon

Today we see a country that in weaponizing misinformation has created what we might now see as the post-truth age. Part of that is the use of cyber-weaponry to disrupt critical infrastructure and disable democratic machinery. Russia is clearly testing NATO and the West. It is seeking to expand its sphere of influence, destabilize countries and weaken the alliance. Therefore it is in our interest and Europe's to keep NATO strong and to deter and dissuade Russia from this course.feedback

Yuri Ushakov

The European Commission with the help of nit-picking is impeding the implementation of this project, which is already practically agreed by the Hungarian and Russian sides. With its flagrant provocation in the area of Avdiyivka, Kiev wants to test the preparedness of the new (U.S.) administration.feedback

Dmitry Peskov

We regret that as a result of this attack ... people were killed on both sides. Such aggressive actions supported by the armed forces of Ukraine undermine the aims and the task of realizing the Minsk accords.feedback

Dmitry Peskov

(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

Alyona Popova

The authorities only see positives in domestic violence. Many people don't live to retirement age, [and] people destroy each other instead of criticising the authorities.feedback

Dmitry Peskov

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. Routine diplomatic work is underway, our embassy in Washington is functioning, they are in constant contact with their counterparts in the State Department. One can hardly expect substantive contacts on the entire range of affairs from this call… Let us wait and see, let us be patient.feedback

Dmitry Peskov

No, our American partners did not consult with us. It's a sovereign decision. It is important that this [plan] does not exacerbate the situation with refugees, but probably all the consequences ought to be weighed up. 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

Alyona Popova

The State Duma is making a catastrophic mistake because even before (this new legislation), victims did not go to the police, they were told 'if he beats you it means he loves you', it's your fault', or 'don't wash your dirty linen in public. From now on the victim will be the one to blame.feedback

Alexey Malashenko

It's very important for Putin and the Kremlin to form a leading role in the world because the domestic situation, the economy, is very poor. So that's why he badly needs to position Russia as a huge power with national interests everywhere including in the Middle East.feedback

Josef Kobzon

With my status, to humiliate myself and ask was a source of shame, but in the end they gave me a visa. I've already had two sessions of treatment in Milan.feedback

Vladimir Putin

Doctors who work at the TSKB (Central Clinical Hospital) believe that the level of professional training, the financing, the equipment, don't meet modern standards. A lot needs to be reformed there.feedback

Olga Zheludkova

There are special, elite projects for treating the highest echelons of officials, while there is a lack of quality treatment for ordinary people.feedback

Dmitry Peskov

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

Dmitry Peskov

All these statements about preliminary agreements about a meeting do not correspond to reality. 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

Nigel West

He feels very strongly that the Putin Kremlin tore up the rule book and the convention by which intelligence agencies do not attack each other's personnel. He also feels passionately about what you'd call the Kremlin kleptocracy. He doesn't believe there is a business deal in the past 10 years that has been legit.feedback

Dmitry Peskov

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

Dmitry Peskov

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

Maxine Waters

I just think it's strange. At a time when our intelligence agencies are very confident and basically have confirmed that Russia hacked the DNC and other political interests, and then we have, while I'm on the floor of the House, talking about Trump and Russia, I get interfered with and interrupted by Russia Today. It's strange. It's odd.feedback

Dmitry Peskov

This is an evident attempt to harm our bilateral ties. The Kremlin does not engage in collecting compromising information. We should treat it with humour, but there is a sad side to it, too. There are people who are whipping up this frenzy, who are doing their best to keep this witch hunt going.feedback

Konstantin Kosachyov

Concerning me, there is not a single word of truth in this so-called report. Such gaffes lead me to believe that either the report was compiled by provocateurs who have no information and just make it up by putting in the names of real people – or U.S. intelligence should all hand in their resignations in the light of such poor quality of their work.feedback

Dmitry Peskov

It is an attempt to damage our bilateral relations. It is pulp fiction. 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

Vladimir Zhirinovsky

This is just another attempt to derail relations between Russia and the U.S. Trump has earned an honest living in the U.S. and no one will be able to find fault with him. He has never been involved in any dubious dealings, and we do not have anything bad on him.feedback

Dmitry Peskov

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

Kamala Harris

The new standard that was created over the summer and fall regarding the investigation into secretary Clinton's email server was that there was a unique public interest in the transparency of that issue. Particularly given the findings of your report, I'm not sure I can think of an issue of more serious public interest than this one. This committee needs to understand what the FBI does and does not know about campaign communications with Russia.feedback

Dmitry Peskov

We are observing a serious fatigue with these accusations. It truly is reminiscent of a witch-hunt. You know, that version of the report that was made public added no substance whatsoever that we can comment on. Groundless accusations which are not supported by anything are being rehearsed in an amateurish, unprofessional way. We don't know what information they are actually relying on.feedback

Jim Rogers

But something has happened in the Kremlin. They understand that they cannot be the same old czarist and communist plutocrats that they were.feedback

Alexander Golts

They did not play an essential role regarding the Syrian conflict. In my view, they were most likely sent to demonstrate our military power. Every time Syria declared a cease-fire, and I note this is the third cease-fire, the Kremlin makes an attempt to declare the withdrawal of forces, of drawing down forces.feedback

Adam Schiff

That he would accept the transparently self-serving denials of the Kremlin is alarming enough, but that would now cite people like Assange who have demonstrated universal hostility to the United States and its interests takes him into new and even more treacherous territory.feedback

Vladimir Putin

Moreover, I am inviting all children of U.S. diplomats accredited in Russia to the New Year and Christmas parties at the Kremlin.feedback

Leonid Slutsky

The US sanctions against Russia and the expulsion of 35 diplomats in 72 hours are the signs of a real paranoia. Without any grounds for it another round of extremely aggressive steps towards our country are being made basing only on mere assertions.feedback

Alexander Gusak

It's possible to penetrate any facility. It depends on your skills.feedback

Dmitri Alperovitch - CrowdStrike

For them to use this on the battlefield, they need a closely integrated connection. It's exactly the mission of the GRU ... We think this is very convincing evidence that links the two [Fancy Bear and the GRU] together.feedback

Dmitry Peskov

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

Recep Tayyip Erdogan

There is some speculation about why he wasn't captured alive. Look what happened in Besiktas when they tried to capture an attacker alive. There is no reason to hide that he's a member of the FETO network. All his connections, from where he was educated to his links, point to FETO.feedback

Dmitry Peskov

We should not rush with any theories before the investigators establish who were behind the assassination of our ambassador.feedback

Dmitry Peskov

We regret that Washington is continuing on this destructive path. 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

Dmitry Peskov

We regret that Washington is continuing on this destructive path. We believe this damages bilateral relations ... Russia will take commensurate measures.feedback

Dmitry Peskov

It's time to either stop talking about [these claims] or present some evidence. Otherwise, it looks unseemly.feedback

Michael McFaul

For years now, the Kremlin has looked for ways to disrupt democracies, to help the people that they like to come to power and to undermine the credibility of the democratic process.feedback

Chuck Todd

If you want it to be effective, if you want to shame Putin from doing this again, I think you have to go big on this. And big as in show you're work.feedback

Maria V. Zakharova

It's not the general public who's being manipulated. The general public nowadays can distinguish the truth. It's the mass media that is manipulating themselves.feedback

Donald J. Trump

If Russia, or some other entity, was hacking, why did the White House waite [sic] so long to act? Why did they only complain after Hillary lost?feedback

Dmitry Peskov

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

Gleb Pavlovsky

Navalny is not just announcing his intentions but throwing down a challenge to the current president.feedback

Alexei Navalny

It's time for us to choose not only a person at elections. It's time to choose between stagnation and a program of development.feedback

Yekaterina Shulman

Now everything that happens in the process going forward won't happen in a vacuum, but will be an answer (to Navalny's presidential bid).feedback

Yuri Ushakov

We want to get out of the crisis state (of our relations), which does not satisfy neither the Russian nor the American side.feedback

Vladimir Putin

It's widely known that the elected president of the United States has publicly called for the normalization of the Russian-American relationship. We cannot but support this. We understand it will not be a simple task considering the extent of degradation of the Russian-American relationship. But we are prepared to do our bit.feedback

Vladimir Putin

The absence of a peace treaty between Russia and Japan is an anachronism inherited from the past and this anachronism should be eliminated. But how to do this is a difficult question.feedback

Dmitry Peskov

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. He fulfils his tasks rather professionally.feedback

Dmitry Peskov

They had working meetings. Indeed, the president received Mr. Tillerson several times. 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

Dmitry Peskov

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

Donald J. Trump

I think it's ridiculous. I think it's just another excuse. I don't believe it. I don't know why and I think it's just -- you know, they talked about all sorts of things. Every week it's another excuse. We had a massive landslide victory, as you know, in the Electoral College. No I don't believe that at all.feedback

Adam Schiff

Given President-elect Trump's disturbing refusal to listen to our intelligence community and accept that the hacking was orchestrated by the Kremlin, there is an added urgency to the need for a thorough review before President Obama leaves office next month.feedback

Vladimir Putin

That is the biggest privatization deal, the biggest sale and acquisition in the world's oil and gas sector in 2016.feedback

Igor Sechin - Rosneft

Given the very difficult economic circumstances and the extremely tight deadlines for this kind of project, I can report to you that we were able to land this deal thanks to your personal contribution, your support.feedback

Dmitry Peskov

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

Dmitry Peskov

The statement was indeed news, this is a very serious statement. [It] is in discord with the previous [statements] in general and with our understanding of the situation. We hope that in the near future there will be explanations on this from our Turkish partners.feedback

Dmitry Peskov

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

Oleksander Turchynov

We will continue to strengthen the defense capability of our nation and continue missile tests and training.feedback

Recep Tayyip Erdogan

We are there to bring justice. We are there to end the rule of the cruel Assad, who has been spreading state terror.feedback

Dmitry Peskov

Without doubt, there are grounds for this (deploying the missiles), 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

Dmitry Peskov

They are the citizens of the Russian Federation. In this case, this is the main thing.feedback

Dmitry Peskov

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

Dmitry Peskov

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

James Clapper

This is a one-year period, but it does show a positive trend.feedback

Vladimir Putin

We heard [Trump's] campaign rhetoric while [he was] still a candidate for the US presidency, which was focused on restoring the relations between Russia and the United States. [I look forward to] building a constructive dialog between Moscow and Washington, based on principles of equality, mutual respect and each other's positions, [when it] meets the interests of the peoples of our countries and of the entire international community.feedback

Dmitry Peskov

They (Putin and Trump) set out the same main foreign policy principles and that is incredible. 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

Dmitry Peskov

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

Chris Weafer - Eurasia Group

I believe that Trump is a practical man; he will lift sanctions on Russia that are harmful to US business,'' Mr Putin aide Sergei Glazyev told the state news agency ITAR Tass. I don't see the US dropping sanctions ahead of the Europeans ... and Europe doesn't seem to be in any mood to drop sanctions any time soon.feedback

Dmitri Trenin

Trump's approach has a better chance of succeeding, and certainly an approach that is overly loaded with morals and values does not get you anywhere with the Kremlin.feedback

Milivoje Katnic

We will continue to cooperate with Russia because, at this particular phase of the process, we have gathered evidence to indicate that those behind this criminal group are nationalists from Russia, Russian citizens.feedback

Dmitry Peskov

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

Dmitry Peskov

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

Vladimir Solovyov

It's rather hard to feel sympathy for a person who raises hell on your country and everyone in it.feedback

Dmitry Peskov

[Seagal] has been insistent for a long time in asking to be granted Russian citizenship… At the same time, he is a rather well-known actor, which became the reason for granting him Russian Federation citizenship.feedback

John Dalhuisen - Amnesty International

As an organization, along with others, that has criticized the Russian authorities, it is possible this fits into the context of the squeeze on civil society. It is equally possible, however, that this is a genuine administrative mix-up, or that other interests are at play within the municipality. At this stage I do not want to speculate until we have had the opportunity to try to resolve this with the municipal authorities.feedback

John Dalhuisen - Amnesty International

This bizarre claim is simply not true. Amnesty International received no advance notice about this and we have documents proving our rent for the property has been paid up to and including October.feedback

Adam Schiff

Americans have every right to be concerned about what they see in terms of Trump advisors and their closeness with the Kremlin, Trump's policies vis-a-vis Russia, Trump's potential financial interest, all of those things ought to be of deep concern to voters.feedback

Louis Charbonneau - United Nations Security Council

In rejecting Russia's bid for re-election to the Human Rights Council, U.N. member states have sent a strong message to the Kremlin about its support for a regime that has perpetrated so much atrocity in Syria. Next year, U.N. member states should make sure that all regional groups have real competition so no one is guaranteed victory.feedback

Dmitry Peskov

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

Dmitry Peskov

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

Dmitry Peskov

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

Dmitry Peskov

Some countries are trying to play with the devil and use terrorists to get rid of [Syrian President Bashar al] 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

Dmitry Peskov

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 (Daesh) and other terrorist organizations. The Syrian territory must be liberated.feedback

Dmitry Peskov

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

Maria V. Zakharova

It's mean and cynical to ... watch the Nusra block the delivery of food and medicines to civilians while blaming Russia for the humanitarian catastrophe in Aleppo.feedback

Dmitry Peskov

The territory of Syria must be liberated. 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

Dmitry Peskov

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

Andrei Kolyadin

It's a clear objective ...that the governor is set, and local party officials demand the accumulation of financial resources.feedback

Dmitry Russkikh

One of the criteria for judging a governor in his region is the level of support for the ruling party. If the governor does not get the required result for United Russia, that will be remembered.feedback

Nikolai Petrov

For them (party bosses) it's important to create some kind of positive atmosphere before the vote.feedback

Yuri Zyudheimer

To begin with, he (the duty officer) didn't believe his eyes. Then he rang upstairs to someone, and an excited crowd of generals... arrived at the duty officer's post.feedback

Yuri Zyudheimer

I had no choice. I understood that this rampage will never end, so I went to the FSB.feedback

Dmitry Peskov

I want to remind you of President Putin's words that he is ready to welcome any candidates who stand for improving relations and dialogue between our countries. Moscow is ready to react positively to any attempt for dialogue.feedback

Dmitry Peskov

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

Dmitry Peskov

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

Dmitry Peskov

The president has decided to cancel this visit. From the very start of his exchanges with his French colleague, President Putin noted that he is ready to visit Paris when it is comfortable for President Hollande. So we'll wait for when that comfortable time comes.feedback

Andrei Belousov - Rosneft

The buyback is only one possibility. I don't want to discuss it because it has not yet been fully decided.feedback

Andrei Belousov - Rosneft

The main objective is to quickly raise money for this year's budget.feedback

Dmitry Peskov

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

Dmitry Peskov

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

Dmitry Peskov

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

Dmitry Peskov

Terrorists are using a ceasefire to regroup their forces, to replenish their arsenals, for obvious preparations for waging offensives. 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

Dmitry Peskov

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

Dmitry Peskov

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

Tatyana Stanovaya

The question now is if the job cuts Volodin down to size or he adds political weight to the speaker's job.feedback

Andrey Kostin

As soon as we leave this time of uncertainty, I think that we are again quite ready to raise the question of the full privatization of VTB, which is quite possible, but I don't think today the conditions for this are very good.feedback

Andrey Kostin

The central bank promised further rate cuts next year and I think there was a very good reason for this because we see inflation going down … I think there is a good reason why the central bank should continue to cut down the interest rate.feedback

Andrey Kostin

Sanctions (are) not something which is related to the bank. It is something that is related to geopolitics and at the moment I don't see too much changes in the geopolitics ... and with the American elections coming I think we will have to wait a little bit longer to see any improvement in the relationship between Russia and the United States for example.feedback

Andrey Kostin

He is very much dedicated to his job. He really wants to change Russia. And I don't think that earning the private wealth is something among his priorities in life … nobody ever saw this billion or even millions of Putin's money.feedback

Andrey Kostin

For oil … we don't expect any further drastic cuts of prices to $20 or $30 or some such awful scenarios and also we see the increase in some such as coal, particularly coke, and some other important commodities of Russian export and Russian production. The negative growth of the economy doesn't encourage enterprises to invest more money and to borrow more money … but … we see a lot of growth of profitability for the bank.feedback

Andrey Kostin

As far as Europe is concerned, yes, there is a different opinion among members with regards to sanctions, but I don't know, it is very hard for me to predict (for how long sanctions will last). For the moment, we perceive … the sanctions will stay for another year or so.feedback

Andrey Kostin

I don't believe that Mr. Putin has 2 billion, because even if he wanted to have, I don't know how he is going to spend them. I think those people are doomed for the rest of their life to live a life where everybody will be screening them or watching them and I don't think he is that kind of person.feedback

Dmitry Peskov

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

Natalia Marshalkovich

Maybe the results are related to what you say. But we see the same four parties in the Duma, but the numbers have changed, we have the seen the Communists lose ground and Zhirinovsky's party make headway.feedback