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Ukraine News Today Feb. 6, 2017: Militants launch 94 attacks, 3 soldiers wounded; Kremlin says there is no conflict between Russia and Ukraine; Public transport launches electronic payment system

Kremlin: No conflict between Russia and Ukraine Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov says the Kremlin disagrees with the definition by the White House about the "long-running conflict" between Russia and Ukraine, as referred

Kremlin spokesman: Putin’s accusations of corruption – pure fiction and slander

The Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said that allegations of corruption against Russian President Vladimir Putin are "pure fabrication and slander," reports with reference to TASS. “The content of BBC’s material - is pure fiction and slander, which are completely baseless," –

“Quasi-investigation” and “British humor”: the Kremlin reacted to a report on the Litvinenko’s case

Dmitry Peskov, the spokesman of the Russian president Vladimir Putin, commented on the report on the results of an inquiry on Alexander Litvinenko’s case and called it a “quasi-investigation” and “British humor”, reports with reference to TASS. "Why quasi-investigation? Because we

Russia promised to respond to NATO’s invitation for Montenegro to join the alliance

The continued expansion of NATO’s military infrastructure to the East will lead to retaliatory actions from the Russian side. A spokesman for the Russian president, Dmitry Peskov did not detailed, what measures Moscow will take to maintain the parity of interests and

Kremlin promises to reciprocate extension of EU sanctions

Dmitry Peskov, the spokesman for the President of Russa, said that Russia would reciprocate the EU's decision on prolongation of