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In Syria we have paid high price for the failed talks…but in any case, the price of resistance is lower than the price of surrender.feedback
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NEW Aug 20 2017
Vladimir Putin, Donald J. Trump and Rex W. Tillerson, are the people who have been quoted the greatest number of times about Russia. You can find them on this page and an additional total of 939 people who have something to say about this topic. All the 1993 quotes on this page are sorted by date and by name. You can also have access to the articles to get the context of the quotes. The most recent quote from Vladimir Putin is: “Over 1,000 employees – diplomats and technical workers – worked and continue to work today in Russia; 755 will have to stop this activity. We waited for quite some time that maybe something would change for the better, fueled such a hope that the situation would somehow change. But, judging by everything, if it changes, it will not be soon.”.
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All quotes about Russia

Yaroslav Sivulsky

What's going on now reminds me of Soviet times. Now as then many of our fellow believers are gathering in flats because they were shutting down our kingdom halls, many of which will now be confiscated.feedback

Alexander Verkhovsky

Jehovah's Witnesses are easy to persecute because they are not popular and are pacifists, so there's no risk of radicalization.feedback

Rolf Holmboe

There is little doubt that the Russians would like a political solution to the war. The war is costly for them, and the longer it lasts, the less it will appear to be a success for Putin.feedback

Sergey Lavrov

I think unilateral sanctions ... are irresponsible actions that can hurt and undermine the balance achieved.feedback

Sergey Lavrov

Russia together with China developed a very smart plan which proposes 'double freezing': [North Korean leader] Kim Jong-un should freeze nuclear tests and stop launching any types of ballistic missiles, while US and South Korea should freeze large-scale drills which are used as a pretext for the North's tests.feedback

Alexei Ulyukayev

Sechin called me himself and on the pretext of discussing important issues regarding the company's activities, and wanting to show me the company, persuaded me to come.feedback

Alexei Ulyukayev

There is no objective evidence against me. The charges were fabricated. Simple common sense is enough to understand the absurdity of the allegation.feedback

Fawad Razaqzada - Forex.com

The recent rise in drilling activity means more shale supply is coming on stream.feedback

Igor Artemyev - Federal Antimonopoly Service

Do you believe the U.S. Treasury will issue such an approval in the current situation? Nothing has changed since that time, plus (Russia's) Natural Resources Ministry has taken a tough stance. There are many different and not too good (things) happening in (the) relationship for this deal.feedback

Petra Pau

A lot of mistakes were made. I mean it's hard to fathom. The woman who cleans my office in the Bundestag was a university professor back home.feedback

Alexander Reiser

The community's biggest concern is the refugees. The pictures come from Russian television and they say the country is ... being flooded, now these 'barbarians' are coming from the Middle East.feedback

Medina Schaubert

It was the exact same right-wing mentality that shut us out when we came. My early school experiences were catastrophic. It's terrible what happened to us, but those who are arriving now had nothing to do with it.feedback

Waldemar Birkle

We came home to the country of our ancestors for one single reason - to preserve our identity and our culture, so we could remain German. We're not racist, but if we're honest with ourselves, when we go through the city in Pforzheim, there are barely any Germans left.feedback

Felix Riefer

It's true that Russia has been carrying out an aggressive media campaign since 2008. And the AfD is actively pursuing Russian-Germans, but it's nonsense to think that they will all fall for this stuff.feedback

Dmitri Stratievski

The AfD is trying to play up reports of its support, but no one has proven it.feedback

Joerg Meuthen

Back then, there were no people clapping and handing out presents at the train stations.feedback

Fawad Razaqzada - Forex.com

Above all, it is the ongoing fundamental issue of excessive supply that is continuing to weigh on oil prices. On this front, not a lot has changed despite the OPEC and Russia efforts recently. While these producers have tried to limit their oil output, U.S. shale oil continues to rise.feedback

Carter Page

The entirely benign offer from a volunteer member of the Trump movement is infinitely less relevant than the real collusion in the 2016 election.feedback

Joe Dunford

The United States military's priority is to support our government's efforts to achieve the denuclearisation of the Korean peninsula through diplomatic and economic pressure. We are preparing a military option in case such efforts fail.feedback

Sam Clovis

There are legal issues we need to mitigate, meeting with foreign officials as a private citizen.feedback

Michael Elleman

Such expertise is available at Russia's Energomash concern and Ukraine's KB Yuzhnoye. One has to conclude that the modified engines were made in those factories.feedback

James Mattis - US Marine Corps
Rex W. Tillerson

We are replacing the failed policy of 'strategic patience', which expedited the North Korean threat, with a new policy of strategic accountability.feedback

Timothy Ash

Russia faces the codification of sanctions which suggests they will be hellishly difficult to take off and are likely to remain in place for the very long term. The mere fact that the U.S. and Western governments ... saw fit to levy sanctions on Russia sends at the least an amber light to Western business –- be careful in your dealings with Russia.feedback