Moscow believes that Ukraine must repay debt to Russia, otherwise the country will suffer a default, said the President's press Secretary Dmitry Peskov.
"without a doubt, the default situation provides for certain procedures: the default is the default," - said Peskov, RIA " Novosti ", answering the question about Russia's readiness to assert their desires in an international court.
first Peskov reminded that the head of Vladimir Putin and the head of the Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation Anton Siluanov said that Moscow does not want to discuss the restructuring of the debt of Ukraine at $ 3 billion and expects that he will be fully repaid in the beginning of winter this year. For his part, the assistant Finance Minister Svetlana Nikitina agreed news Agency that the position of the Russian capital on Ukrainian debt remains the previous one." Anton Siluanov many times it was stated, as well as among them for negotiations with the Minister of Finance of the Ukrainian government (Natalia) Jaresko. Bonds of Ukraine worth $ 3 billion, acquired by the Russian Federation in the early winter of 2013 with funding from sovereign funds, SWFs are not subject to restructuring along with commercial debts, " she said. Remember, on Thursday Yatsenyuk said about the readiness to sue Russia for debt restructuring, this process he called " legal war "." On October 29 we offer Russia more time to take decision for yourself – want to get the rules that we have made a proposal to all creditors, or they believe that they are unique. If they believe that they are unique, we are ready for the trial to Russia. If they believe that they are normal, we offer them on 29 October to adopt those rules that are adopted all Ukrainian creditors " – Yatseniuk said. Besides, Dmitry Peskov said that Moscow did not consider the legal question demands Kiev to compensate the harm for the Crimea." No, there is No legal plane. This issue was Not on the agenda ", - he noted. According to him, the Russian leadership is surprised by the intention of Ukraine to demand from the Russian capital More than $ 1 trillion for Crimea and Donbas.