NATO experts arrive in Moldova to assist in developing military strategyWorld January 24, 21:13
FIA F1 top management reshuffle unlikely to affect Russia’s Sochi GP — expertSport January 24, 20:42
Russia hopes for constructive work with Trump's administration at G20Business & Economy January 24, 20:29
Everything you need to know about Oscars 2017 nominationsSociety & Culture January 24, 19:57
Konchalovsky glad his film Paradise is absent from list of Oscar nomineesSociety & Culture January 24, 18:55
Russian meteorology service reports 2016 is record warm year in ArcticBusiness & Economy January 24, 18:22
Russian chief negotiator comments on outcome of Syria peace talks in AstanaRussian Politics & Diplomacy January 24, 18:11
Legendary Isinbayeva blasts recent German film on alleged doping in Russian athleticsSport January 24, 18:07
Russian senator says Astana meeting on settling Syrian crisis proves successfulRussian Politics & Diplomacy January 24, 17:55
MOSCOW, October 20. /TASS/. The Kremlin has refuted Iranian media reports that Saudi Arabia allegedly offered Russia $300 billion in exchange for Moscow's refusal to continue supporting Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
"This is wrong. It is a hoax," Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said in response to a TASS question.
Last week Iran’s Ettelaat newspaper published an article devoted to the talks between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Saudi Arabian Defense Minister, Deputy Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman in Sochi. The newspaper said that the Saudi Arabian defense minister offered Moscow $300 billion and further investment in the Russian economy in exchange for Moscow’s refusal to continue supporting Syrian President Bashar Assad. According to the newspaper, the proposal was denied.