The Kremlin answered the question about Russia’s enemies

The Kremlin answered the question about Russia’s enemies

There is hardly a place for Russia’s enemies in the country. This is how the press secretary of Russian leader Vladimir Putin, Dmitry Peskov, answered a question from journalists about the fate of those who became enemies of Russia.

“For those who have become enemies of the Russian Federation, there is probably unlikely to be a place in Russia,” said the presidential press secretary.

At the same time, the Kremlin representative emphasized that some of the Russians who left will return to their homeland, as the growing market will become more attractive.

Earlier, answering a question about Russians who left, Peskov said that they could seek their happiness on the side.

According to the Kremlin spokesman, the homeland is the best thing Russians have, but there is always a category of population in the country that Peskov described as “reactive.”