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The end? Putin will not sign the end of partial mobilization

This was stated by Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov, as reported by Russian media.
As a reminder, Putin said last week at the Summit in Astana that the mobilization process is expected to be stopped in the next two weeks.
"222.000 of the 300.000 have been mobilized, the process will be completed within two weeks," the Russian president said at the time.

Vucic warned in advance; Russia captures saboteurs who tried to mine "Turkish Stream"

"Some forces, whose origins were hinted at by Russian President Vladimir Putin, tried to attack even the 'Turkish Stream'. Saboteurs were caught, several people were arrested. They wanted to blow it up. On our territory, on land", Peskov told reporters on Thursday.

Message from Russia: A clear position on Serbia; "Hostile actions"

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said that.
"Of course, such hostile actions towards our country and our high-ranking officials cannot cause major problems, but they can lead to some talks being postponed," Peskov said.
He added that this event will not affect Russia's relations with friendly countries, such as Serbia.

Kremlin: No

"You can say no, not at the moment. Now there are basically no contacts," Peskov said. He also said that Russia had very clearly stated its demands regarding Ukraine.
"They are well known to Kyiv. Kyiv is now the one who freezes those negotiations," a Kremlin spokesman said.

Peskov: Payment for Russian Gas in Rubles will Being in early May

Payment for gas supplies in Russian rubles will be made from the end of the second half of April, or even early May. This was stated by Russian President's spokesman Dmitry Peskov, adding that supplies of Russian gas will not be suspended if buyers do not confirm payment in rubles by April 1.

Russia: Payment for Gas and Oil might not be in Rubles Right Away

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