the Kremlin


: the government of Russia and the former Soviet Union
an announcement from the Kremlin
also : the buildings of the Russian government in Moscow
We visited the Kremlin when we traveled to Russia.

Examples of the Kremlin in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web The actor and martial artist, 72, was photographed attending Putin's inauguration ceremony at the Kremlin in Moscow on Tuesday, May 7. Seagal — who has Russian ancestry and citizenship — has long been a supporter of Putin, 71. Jen Juneau, Peoplemag, 7 May 2024 The event included some controversial characters, including American actor Steven Seagal, who became a Russian citizen in 2016 and has backed the Kremlin’s war in Ukraine. Armani Syed, TIME, 7 May 2024 However, the Kremlin announcement could give fresh ammunition to opponents of further Western aid to Ukraine. Laura King, Los Angeles Times, 6 May 2024 After Russia invaded Ukraine in 2022, women who wanted to fight for the Kremlin often found their way to the front through militias in the east of Ukraine, rather than regular forces. Ekaterina Bodyagina, New York Times, 4 May 2024 The net loss follows restricted gas flows to Europe — historically Gazprom’s biggest market — amid the Kremlin’s retaliation for Western support of Ukraine after Russia’s invasion in 2022. Bloomberg, Fortune Europe, 3 May 2024 Both SpaceX chief executive Elon Musk and the Kremlin denied the claims. Britney Nguyen, Quartz, 1 May 2024 As Russia’s most high-profile and popular dissident, Navalny’s death dealt a severe blow to the country’s opposition movement, which has been brutally suppressed by the Kremlin. Dan De Luce, NBC News, 27 Apr. 2024 For a long time, the Kremlin has done a diplomatic dance in the Middle East to maintain equally good relations with all the major players. Fred Weir, The Christian Science Monitor, 24 Apr. 2024

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“The Kremlin.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 19 May. 2024.

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