As Russian President Vladimir Putin recently had a chance to observe, Crimea is lovely in the summertime. Over the weekend, Putin and Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev went on what they called a "working trip" to Crimea, a Ukrainian...Show More Summary
A new study comparing the performance of top level Russian politicians and estimating their ability to succeed the president puts Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev in first place, with Moscow Mayor Sergey Sobyanin taking second. Read Full Article at RT.com
Moscow City Court has partially upheld an earlier verdict and ordered the removal of parts of an internet video released by opposition figure Aleksey Navalny and his allies that targets Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev and businessman Alisher Usmanov. Read Full Article at RT.com
President Donald Trump parroted Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev Thursday morning, blaming Congress for what he called a “very dangerous low” in U.S.-Russia relations. Trump signed new sanctions, which passed Congress with a veto-proof majority, into law Wednesday. The White House lobbied against the sanctions after the bill passed the Senate, and when Trump signed […]
On Wednesday, Dmitry Medvedev posted a message to his social media accounts that criticized planned U.S. sanctions that would target Russia. In one part of a longer message, the Russian prime minister accused the Trump administration of showing its "total weakness by handing over executive power to Congress in the most humiliating way." The Trump administration has […]
Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said the U.S. sanctions package "ends hopes for improving our relations with the new administration." President Trump signed the bill but called it "seriously flawed."
Good morning! The Russian Prime Minister tweeted this yesterday. The Trump administration has shown its total weakness by handing over executive power to Congress in the most humiliating way— Dmitry Medvedev (@MedvedevRussiaE) August 2, 2017 The US establishment fully outwitted...
Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has issued a warning to Donald Trump’s White House that the “U.S. establishment” is preparing to oust him from power and codifying sanctions on Russia is only the first step. “The U.S. President’s signing of the package of new sanctions against Russia...
WHY IS THE WASHINGTON ESTABLISHMENT DOING THE BIDDING OF THE RUSSIANS? Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev: Trump is an ‘incompetent player’ who will be ‘liquidated’ by the US establishment. Well,there have certainly been enough assassination fantasies over the past 6 months.
A senior Russian lawmaker told reporters that US President Donald Trump had “shown his real face” in signing a fresh sanctions bill against Russia, adding that PM Dmitry Medvedev was right when he called the current state of relations a trade war. Read Full Article at RT.com
Dmitry Medvedev, constitutionally Russia's second most powerful official, accused Trump of giving power to Congress "in the most humiliating way.”
“Trump’s administration has demonstrated total impotence by surrendering its executive authority to Congress in the most humiliating way.” — Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, quoted by the Washington Post, after President Trump signed Russian sanctions into law.
Donald Trump reluctantly signed a bill imposing new sanctions on Russia yesterday, with Moscow saying the move ended hopes for better relations between the two countries. The US president himself called the measure “seriously flawed” and attacked Congress for forcing his hand. Show More Summary
New sanctions on Russia which U.S. President Donald Trump has signed into law are tantamount to a “full-scale trade war”, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said on Wednesday. Medvedev also said in a Facebook post that the sanctions showed the Trump administration was utterly...
Russia's prime minister says the sanctions bill signed by President Donald Trump ends hopes for improved U.S.-Russia ties. Dmitry Medvedev (dih-MEE'-tree med-VYEH'-dyev) says in a Facebook post that "Trump's administration has demonstrated...Show More Summary
The Russian government wants to extend counter sanctions on the European Union until the end of 2018, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said on Thursday. Medvedev was speaking a day after the EU formally extended its economic sanctionsShow More Summary
Leading Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny was ordered Wednesday to take down a video alleging large-scale corruption by Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev that sparked widespread protests. A Moscow court handed down the ruling afterShow More Summary
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Nearly half of Russians want Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev to quit, an opinion poll showed on Wednesday, suggesting corruption allegations leveled against him by political opponents have taken a toll.