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Kremlin: No ultimatums, but Russia needs concrete answers on security from West
Russia is not making ultimatums in its negotiations with the West but needs concrete answers regarding its security concerns, the Kremlin said on Wednesday as talks took place with NATO in Brussels.
Kremlin slams US 'hysteria' over Ukraine conflict
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov on Sunday slammed the United States for driving "hysteria" over what Washington says a possible Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Kremlin says NATO expansion in Ukraine crosses Russia’s red lines
Expansion of NATO military infrastructure in Ukraine crosses Russia’s red lines, the Kremlin said on Monday, saying Russia and Belarus would act to protect their own security.
Kremlin says ‘provocations’ like UK warship episode demand tough response
A British warship’s entry into Russian territorial waters near Crimea last month is the kind of provocation that demands a tough response, the Kremlin said on Sunday.
Kremlin slams Prague’s conclusions on 2014 explosion, expels Czech diplomats
Moscow announced expulsion of 20 Czech diplomats following Prague's decision to expel 18 Russian diplomats over a 2014 blast, saying that it strongly disagrees with the Czech Republic’s conclusions about the incident.
Kremlin says not moving toward war with Ukraine
The Kremlin on Sunday said it was not moving toward war with Ukraine as Russia increased its military presence on the border with Ukraine's eastern breakaway territories.
Kremlin says fears full-scale fighting in Ukraine's east
The Kremlin said it fears a resumption of full-scale fighting in eastern Ukraine and could take steps to protect Russian civilians there, a stark warning that comes amid a Russian troop buildup along the border.
Kremlin: Russian military movements near Ukraine pose no threat
The Kremlin said Russian military movements near its shared border with Ukraine posed no threat to Ukraine or anyone else and that Moscow moved troops around its country as it saw fit.
Russia to take ‘measures’ if Western troops sent to Ukraine: Kremlin
The Kremlin said Friday Moscow would be forced to take measures if the West sends troops to Ukraine to buttress its ally, amid reports of a Russian troop buildup on the border.
Russia works out various scenarios to respond to possible new sanctions
The Kremlin takes into account a threat of new sanctions against Russia and works out various scenarios to protect interests of citizens and business, Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov told journalists on Friday.
Kremlin calls for keeping Iran nuclear deal in force
Russia sees no alternative to the Iran nuclear deal and calls on all the parties to the agreement to refrain from steps that might push Teheran towards withdrawal from it, Russian President’s Press Secretary Dmitry Peskov said.
Germany cyber attack claim against Russia 'baseless': Peskov
The Kremlin has rejected allegations by German officials of Russia hacking into Germany’s cyber system.

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