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Kremlin says report on US cyber attack on Russia’s power grid worrying
The Kremlin has described as quite worrying a New York Times report alleging that the United States has escalated its cyber attacks against Russia through incorporating malicious software into Russian power systems.
Kremlin: Trump proposals on nuclear arms disarmament ‘not serious’
The Kremlin says Donald Trump’s proposals on nuclear arms disarmament are “not serious,” after media reports said the US president had ordered his administration to prepare for a new arms-control agreement with Russia and China.
Kremlin: First Putin-Kim summit to take place on April 25
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un will visit Russia's Far East capital of Vladivostok for his first summit with President Vladimir Putin on April 25, the Kremlin confirmed on Tuesday.
Kremlin: North Korea’s Kim to meet Putin in Moscow this month
Pyongyang demands removal of Pompeo from talks
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un will travel to Russia in the second half of this month and meet President Vladimir Putin, the Kremlin said on Thursday.
Kremlin: Russia, Turkey, Iran leaders to meet in Russia on Feb. 14
Russian President Vladimir Putin will meet the leaders of Iran and Turkey in the Russian Black Sea resort town Sochi on Feb. 14, RIA Novosti reported, citing the Kremlin.
Kremlin calls US criticism of Russian flights to Venezuela undiplomatic
The Kremlin on Tuesday rejected US criticism of Russian military flights to Venezuela, saying it had been inappropriate and wrong for US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to condemn the flight of two nuclear-capable strategic bombers to Caracas.
Kremlin: Reports of Russia’s involvement in France protests ‘pure slander’
The Kremlin has denounced as “pure slander” reports of Moscow’s involvement in the “yellow vest” protests that have rocked France in recent days.
Kremlin shrugs off US call to scrap nuclear-capable missile
The Kremlin shrugged off a US call for it to scrap a nuclear-capable missile on Friday, saying it was in compliance with the Cold-War era arms control treaty Washington accuses the missile of violating.
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.
Kremlin laments US 'unpredictability' under Trump
The Kremlin hit out Wednesday at the "unpredictability" of the United States under the Trump administration, saying it was causing "deep global concern".
Kremlin says puzzled by UK decision to name Skripal case suspects
Kremlin aide Sergei Ushakov said on Wednesday that it was hard to understand what Britain was trying to signal to Moscow by naming two men it suspected of poisoning former Russian agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia.
US meddling in Russian affairs by recruiting agents: Kremlin
The Kremlin has accused the United States of meddling in Russia’s internal affairs by "crudely" trying to recruit Russian nationals to act as Washington’s agents.
Russia seeks to use national currencies in bilateral trade: Kremlin
Russia has expressed willingness to use domestic currencies for bilateral trade with all countries, in an apparent bid to ditch the dollar amid escalating tensions between Moscow and Washington.
Kremlin: Deal on Caspian Sea's legal status to be signed on Sunday
The five countries which border the Caspian Sea will adopt a convention on its legal status on Sunday, a deal which has been under discussion for more than two decades, the Kremlin said in a statement on Friday.
Kremlin says Crimea not on agenda at Putin-Trump summit
The Kremlin said on Monday the Crimean peninsula is an inseparable part of Russia and not a subject on the agenda at President Vladimir Putin’s meeting with his US counterpart Donald Trump in Helsinki this month.

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