Presidents of Russia

Peskov: NATO is directly involved

"This is proven by the alliance bullet, which was removed from the body of the boy Fyodor, who was injured in the recent terrorist attack in the Bryansk region," the Kremlin spokesman said.
"It is crucial from whose hand the bullet was fired. This is nothing but a terrorist attack," Peskov emphasized.

Putin threatened: "It will only last a minute"

Former Prime Minister of Great Britain said that Vladimir Putin threatened him with a missile attack during an emergency telephone conversation on the eve of the Russian attack on Ukraine.
In a BBC documentary about Putin's talks with world leaders, Boris Johnson said that Putin told him that such a missile attack "would only last a minute."

Germany won't send fighter jets to Ukraine, says Scholz

Chancellor Olaf Scholz reiterated on Jan. 29 that Germany will not send fighter jets to Ukraine, as Kiev steps up calls for more advanced weapons from the West to help repel Russia's invasion.

Scholz only just agreed on Wednesday to send 14 Leopard 2 tanks to Ukraine and to allow other European countries to send theirs, after weeks of intense debate and mounting pressure from allies.

Deportation of Srdjan Djokovic? Prime Minister: "We do not want to see any support"

Anthony Albanese was asked whether Tennis Australia should take further action against Novak Djokovic's father after vision emerged of him celebrating with pro-Russian spectators.
Srdjan Djokovic was filmed on Wednesday evening with a man wearing a t-shirt displaying the pro-Russian "Z" symbol while brandishing a flag featuring Vladimir Putin's face.

The "Fall" of Vladimir Putin. His successor has been chosen?

According to Mikhail Zygar, a Russian journalist, at Vladimir Putin's court, the Russian president is "confident that he can weaken Prigozhin," who has issued a series of harsh criticisms of senior Kremlin officials in recent months. But the effect could be the opposite as more and more people see Prigozhin as Putin's successor," he wrote.