Extension of OPEC deal aimed at aligning energy prices dynamics, Kremlin saysBusiness & Economy May 23, 15:41
Kremlin unveils Putin-Macron talks agendaRussian Politics & Diplomacy May 23, 15:16
Syrian opposition faction leader warns Geneva talks may break downWorld May 23, 15:10
Russia's top diplomat says Syria settlement requires Iran’s participationRussian Politics & Diplomacy May 23, 14:38
Four men and a dog: How Papanin’s team conquered the North PoleSociety & Culture May 23, 14:20
World Bank predicts investments in Russia’s fixed assets to surge to 2% in 2017Business & Economy May 23, 14:16
Manchester shopping mall evacuated following terror attackWorld May 23, 13:44
Lavrov warns Syria’s plight will drag on if efforts to divide it continueRussian Politics & Diplomacy May 23, 13:41
Forces behind Manchester attack seek to spread panic across globe, Russian think tank saysRussian Politics & Diplomacy May 23, 13:31
MOSCOW, April 13. /TASS/. Statements on allegedly unleashing trade war between Russia and Kazakhstan are incorrect, Dmitry Peskov, spokesman of Russia’s President Vladimir Putin said on Monday.
He was commenting on a publication by Kommersant daily saying that Moscow and Astana had exchanged trade bans.
"I think it is a strong exaggeration. I don’t have any detailed information about what is exactly going on, but in any case I think such phrasings as "trade war" are not correct ", he said.