Here is what Russian officials had to say on the U.S. inauguration day.
According to a ministry spokeswoman, the diplomat was purchasing cancer drugs at the time.
Tillerson supported Ukraine’s claim on Crimea but said he hadn't discussed Russia with Donald Trump.
Ankara continued to criticize the U.S. for what it sees as a lack of support for its aims in Syria.
Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov had proposed to Putin that Russia expel 35 U.S. diplomats.
The department said the situation with U.S.-based cleric Fethullah Gulen had no bearing on the assassination.
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump has chosen pro-Russian Rex Tillerson for secretary of state.
Russia’s top diplomat said the Kremlin wants a relationship of “equality” with the U.S.
Reports emerged earlier this week that the U.S. could block the sale of 26,000 rifles.
A poll shows that concern regarding global conflict with the West is high.
The deployment comes despite Russian protests not to deploy U.S. troops near its borders.
An FBI-supported operation arrested a Russian in Prague linked to cyberattacks on the U.S.
The Republican presidential candidate claimed he would be the extremist group’s “worst nightmare.”
The Kremlin wants the U.S. to pay damages and recall NATO troops.
Moscow responded angrily to Washington warnings about attacks against Russia.
The deal replaces the previous 10-year agreement that expires in 2018.
The Kremlin has said Moscow is “ready” for meeting in China.
The majority of Russians however do not know who Trump is exactly.
Vladimir Putin’s spokesman called the U.S.'s allegations about Russia the “typical sideshow”.
China’s response to the U.N. verdict will determine what kind of power it will be.
U.S. boots two Russians after attack on an American diplomat in Moscow, and Russia responds in kind.