According to Ponomarev, Putin has arranged the dissolution of the Russian government to calm the local elite.
12:16, 29 January 2020
Putin's new aide Kozak, unlike his predecessor, is neither a political person nor a schemer, Ponomarev says.
10:21, 28 January 2020
Critics said the tender process was too short and effectively shut out major international companies who may have wanted to invest.
11:00, 13 September 2019
Ponomarev says it is necessary to conduct backstage negotiations if there is a desire to restore peace.
12:25, 08 August 2019
The Crimea issue for Putin is a matter of principle.
10:19, 11 July 2019
Another factor behind Putin's permanent stay in power is the lack of any alternative.
16:31, 11 March 2019
However, Crimea is an issue that will be resolved only after change of power in the Kremlin.
14:50, 11 March 2019
Ponomarev says Russia annually loses 2-3% of GDP as a result of the Western sanctions, but most importantly, it loses its future.
12:20, 16 October 2018
<p>Russia’s ex-MP Ilya Ponomarev, who is considered one of the key witnesses of the Prosecutor General's Office of Ukraine in the treason case of Viktor Yanukovich, testified that the members of the Federation Council had received invitations to convene before the letter emerged of the runaway Ukrainian president to Vladimir Putin "on the use of Russian troops on the territory of Ukraine," Glavcom reported citing its source in the PGO familiar with the probe.</p>
11:40, 16 October 2017
<p>Ilya Ponomarev, ex-deputy of the Russian State Duma exiled in Ukraine, believes the official who ordered another ex-MP Denis Voronenkov’s murder is General Oleg Feoktistov of Russia's FSB, according to Apostrophe, a Ukrainian news outlet.</p>
13:40, 27 March 2017