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12/15 16:42   Beginning of Putin-Zelensky dialogue can be viewed as positive result - Peskov
 
12/15 16:19   Events due in Moscow, Russia, CIS and Baltic countries on December 16, 2019
 
12/15 16:13   GAS TRANSIT VIA UKRAINE NOT POSSIBLE UNLESS EXPEDIENT FOR GAZPROM COMMERCIALLY, ECONOMICALLY - PESKOV
 
12/15 16:12   No fateful breakthrough reached in Paris on implementation of Minsk agreements but no one seriously expected it either - Peskov
 
12/15 15:58   PESKOV: PREMATURE TO TALK OF MEASURES IN RESPONSE TO WADA DECISION
 
12/15 15:58   PESKOV: OUR ATHLETES' BEING STRIPPED OF RIGHT TO COMPETE UNDER RUSSIAN FLAG UNACCEPTABLE, WILL BE INCLUDED IN CAS APPEAL
 
12/15 15:56   RUSSIA TO DO EVERYTHING UNDER INT'L SPORTING LEGISLATION TO PROTECT ITS ATHLETES, FLAG - PESKOV
 
12/15 15:55   KREMLIN BELIEVES RUSSIA WILL APPEAL WADA DECISION ON RUSADA AT CAS - PESKOV
 
12/15 15:54   RUSSIA EXPECTING IDLIB TO BE FREED FROM TERRORISTS AND SAFETY FOR SYRIAN AND RUSSIAN MILITARIES - PESKOV
 
12/15 15:53   RUSSIA NOT HIDING ITS CONCERN ABOUT IDLIB TERRORISTS ISSUE STILL UNRESOLVED, BUT SEES NO ALTERNATIVE TO COOPERATION WITH TURKEY IN THIS RESPECT - PESKOV
 





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