A group of farmers seek to make their grievances known with a tractor ride to the capital.
The Kremlin doesn't want to achieve economic growth by softening its foreign policy, empowering the middle class or unleashing a spending spree.
The prime minister suggested teachers should change careers if they wanted better pay.
Reserves are running too low to expect additional investment, he said.
The Kremlin is concerned about losing revenue from oil.
Lenin was as popular as Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev in a recent poll.
Sergey Naryshkin said the fear of Russia in the Baltics is ingrained.
Ukraine's security chief angered Moscow with suggestions of Russian responsibility.
The Russian leader claimed his country marks the holiday like no other place in the world.
The Belarusian president explained an earlier chat about cooking had Medvedev on his mind.
Russia will limit itself to air strikes and other nations should do the same, the politician said.