This picture taken on March 18, 2021, shows the Kremlin towers in front of the Russian Foreign Ministry headquarters. — Russian President Vladimir Putin on March 18 mocked Joe Biden for calling him a «killer» — saying «it takes one to know one» — as ties between Moscow and Washington sunk to new lows. US President Biden’s comments sparked the biggest crisis between Russia and the United States in years, with Moscow recalling ambassador and warning that ties were on the brink of outright «collapse.» InternationalIndiaAfricaMOSCOW (Sputnik) — Moscow predicts that tensions between Kiev and Warsaw will increase, as well as with other EU countries, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov stated on Friday. On Wednesday, Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said that the country is no longer supplying Ukraine with weapons as it is actively arming itself. In response, Ukrainian lawmaker Mykola Kniazhytskyi said that Poland continues to supply weapons to Ukraine. Commenting on the remark, government spokesman Piotr Muller said that Poland is supplying weapons to Ukraine only under the previously reached agreements.
"We see that there are certain tensions between Warsaw and Kiev. We predict that these tensions between Warsaw and Kiev will increase," Peskov told reporters, adding that tensions between Kiev and other European states will also increase over time, as it is inevitable.
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Russia, Belarus Working on Joint Security Concept
Russia and Belarus are currently working on a joint security concept document, the Kremlin spokesman stated.In April, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced plans to develop a security concept of the Union State to «formulate the fundamental tasks of cooperation in the sphere of growing tensions on external borders of our states, the sanctions and information war unleashed against us» after talks with Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko.
"As it was already mentioned at the highest level this work is underway," Peskov emphasized, answering a question about the current stage of the security concept of Russia and Belarus.
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Putin-Erdogan Talks: No Progress Yet, Exact Date Not Fixed
There has been no progress on the talks between the Russian and Turkish presidents, and there is no exact date of future negotiations as of yet, the spokesman noted.Earlier in the day, a source in the Turkish leader’s administration told Sputnik that Ankara is counting on phone conversations between Putin and Erdogan on the grain deal in the coming days.»No, there is no progress yet. There is also no exact date for the conversation, currently it is not in the schedule. But you know that conversations between Putin and Erdogan are coordinated in a matter of hours, so there will be no problem if such is necessary,» Peskov told a briefing.WorldEU Parliament Blasts Turkiye for Not Antagonizing Russia14 September, 15:03 GMT