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Surkov has made an anti-Ukrainian statement.
22:10, 11 June 2021
The two allegedly discussed a range of Donbas-related issues, including TCG negotiations where Ukraine was outraged over being pushed to hold talks with Russian proxies.
20:15, 29 April 2021
The latest bit concerns negotiations between Russian proxies and the SBU security agency, as well as cash deliveries to the strategic railway hub of Debaltseve in the warzone.
20:15, 15 March 2021
Ex-President Poroshenko was also summoned as part of the case but he failed to appear.
09:50, 10 March 2021
The outlet that released the tape has said nothing about the source of the leak.
14:25, 25 February 2021
He says "coercion by force into fraternal relations" is a main effective method in relations with Ukraine.
16:32, 26 February 2020
The Kremlin has not yet commented on this information.
11:55, 14 February 2020
People close to the peace talks said the changes were intended to formalise Mr. Kozak's emergence as Mr. Putin's lead negotiator on Ukraine.
10:19, 30 January 2020
Solodkyy says Kozak's appointment demonstrates that Russia's approach to the settlement of conflicts has not changed.
11:29, 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
The resignation of Vladislav Surkov was reported by Aleksei Chesnakov, an adviser to Surkov and director of Moscow's Center for Political Studies.
22:16, 25 January 2020
Surkov served as Russian president's aide from September 20, 2013 to today, as well as from March 26, 2004 to May 7, 2008.
12:22, 25 January 2020
The Kremlin's senior staffer was overcharged and incompetent when discussing disengagement in Donbas.
15:40, 10 December 2019
Surkov went for a short-term trip to the occupied stronghold of Russian occupation forces in late October.
19:50, 04 November 2019
Surkov was placed on the sanctions list as one of the organizers of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
03:33, 19 July 2019
The plots are being brought to life by rivaling Kremlin groups.
09:50, 15 July 2019
Russia will be represented by either presidential aide Yury Ushakov or Russian presidential aide Vladislav Surkov.
16:40, 19 June 2019
Reports that Surkov wrote a letter of resignation were spread on Telegram channels on May 24.
15:11, 27 May 2019
Meanwhile, Surkov's longtime associate is stepping down from the Kremlin post of 'Ukraine curator'.
16:30, 05 April 2019