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at an impasse
Kremlin Accuses Kyiv of ‘Lacking Will’ to Continue Peace Talks
Ukrainian officials said this week that negotiations had come to a standstill.
Finland's NATO Membership ‘Definitely’ Threatens Russia – Kremlin
Moscow is ready to take further steps to “balance the situation” if Finland joins the Western bloc, the Kremlin said.
no simple answer
Western Arms to Ukraine Preventing ‘Quick’ End to Conflict: Kremlin
The Kremlin also responded to a New York Times report that U.S. intelligence helped Ukraine kill a number of Russian generals.
Western Arms Shipments to Ukraine Endanger Europe, Kremlin Says
Russia has repeatedly complained about Western countries’ military support for Ukraine since Moscow launched its invasion.
'hostages to politics'
Wimbledon Bans Russian and Belarusian Players, but ATP Slams ‘Unfair’ Move
The Kremlin said earlier that banning Russian players from Wimbledon over the military campaign in Ukraine would be "unacceptable."
Kremlin Says Not 'Authorized' to Discuss Moskva Warship Missing Crew
Several families have said that they cannot find their children who were serving on the Moskva.
Kremlin Says Frustrated by Dragging Ukraine Talks
Peace efforts have stalled following the discovery of atrocities against civilians after the Russian retreat from areas near Kyiv.
Kremlin Says Biden 'Genocide' Claims 'Unacceptable'
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov added that the U.S. "has committed well-known deeds in modern and recent history."
Kremlin Denies U.S., U.K. Claims That Putin 'Misled' Over Ukraine
Putin's spokesman said the State Department and Pentagon have no "real information about what is happening in the Kremlin."
Russia Will Gradually Transfer Gas Payments to Rubles: Kremlin
Moscow said it will now only accept payments from "unfriendly countries," including the EU, in its national currency.
long way to go
Kremlin Sees No Breakthroughs at Ukraine Talks
Russian negotiators had pledged to “radically reduce military activity” near Kyiv and the northern city of Chernihiv following Tuesday's talks in Istanbul...
Kremlin Denies Abramovich Poisoned, Confirms Role in Talks
"This is part of information sabotage," spokesman Dmitry Peskov said of the poisoning reports.
Kremlin Says Biden's Comments on Putin 'Alarming'
During a visit to Poland on Saturday, Biden dubbed Putin "a butcher" who "cannot remain in power."
Kremlin Rebuffs Speculation as Defense Minister Unseen for Days
Sergei Shoigu reportedly last appeared in public on March 11 despite his leading role in Russia's military operation in Ukraine.
Putin Aide Chubais Quits Kremlin, Leaves Russia
Anatoly Chubais is the highest-profile figure to break with President Vladimir Putin over his decision to invade Ukraine.
Russia Would Only Use Nuclear Weapons Faced with 'Existential Threat' – Kremlin
Days after Russian troops invaded Ukraine, Putin announced that he had put the country's strategic nuclear forces on high alert.
need to negotiate
Kremlin Calls for More 'Substantial' Talks on Ukraine
So far, the talks have yielded little progress, with both sides blaming the other.
Kremlin Rejects Top UN Court's Order to Halt Ukraine Invasion
The International Court of Justice ordered Russia to “immediately suspend” its offensive that President Vladimir Putin ordered on Feb. 24.
Ukraine Rejects Kremlin’s Signal on 'Neutrality' Compromise
Russia’s chief negotiator had said Kyiv proposed the Austrian and Swedish models of a “neutral and demilitarized state, albeit with its own army and...
Kremlin Defers to Russian Military on Deadly Mariupol Hospital Attack
The Mariupol city council said Wednesday’s attack on the children’s and maternity hospital killed three people and injured 17.
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