No signs of crisis in Russian economy - Kremlin
MOSCOW. April 6 (Interfax) - There are no signs of crisis in the Russian economy, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said.
"No, in this situation there are no manifestations of crisis. You know that investors come and go depending on the international situation, this curve changes constantly. So here in this case there are no causes for concern," Peskov told reporters, when asked how the Kremlin assesses the economic situation and whether it was causing any anxiety.
In this situation there is simply the need for rhythmic and systematic work, which is what the government and mega-regulator are doing, he said.