Peskov: we worried over political turbulence in neighboring countries
Russia is worried over political turbulence in neighboring countries but is confident in due security level at its borders, Russian president’s press secretary Dmitry Peskov said.
"Naturally, turbulence at our borders is alarming and we have to keep a close eye on the situation, analyze it," he said
"The country’s security along its border perimeter is ensured at a proper level. However necessary measures are being taken in view of the latest reports," Peskov stressed.
He noted that the situation in Turkey, Armenia and Kazakhstan cannot be considered in the same way. "Each concrete case should be analyzed individually," he added.
"In one case, it was an attempt at a state coup which resulted in numerous human casualties. In another case, it was about criminal activities. But, naturally, we would like to see our neighbors as stable, prosperous and predictable states. And in this case, we have all the grounds to believe that our neighbors have all the potential to be such," TASS cited the Kremlin spokesman as saying.