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MOSCOW, March 07, 21:50 /ITAR-TASS/. Russian President Vladimir Putin’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov was ironical about Western countries’ attempts to offer mediation in the talks on Ukraine, which has been in political turmoil since its legitimate leader Viktor Yanukovich was ousted in an armed uprising in February.
“Now Europe can be heard calling on Russia to hold talks with people from Kiev, who call themselves Ukraine’s authorities, with mediation from Western countries,” Peskov said Thursday.
“We can smile to that,” he said live on the Rossiya 1 TV channel, adding that “the credit of confidence in these guarantors is probably exhausted.