Dmitry Peskov

Dmitry Sergeyevich Peskov (born October 17, 1967) is a Russian diplomat, translator and turcologist. Since 2012, Peskov has been the Press Secretary for the President of Russia, Vladimir Putin. Peskov speaks fluent German, English and Turkish.

Dmitry Peskov was named as Prime Minister Viktor Zubkov's Press Secretary on 25 April 2008, putting him in place to lead Vladimir Putin's press operations when he moved to the job of Prime Minister under Dmitry Medvedev's presidency. In May 2012, when Putin again became President, Peskov succeeded Natalya Timakova as the presidential spokesperson.

During his wedding in 2015, Peskov was photographed wearing an exclusive $670,000 USD Richard Mille watch, greater than Peskov's declared income for all his years of service as a state employee. When this fact was discovered, this caused a media reaction, and Peskov replied that his wife had paid for the watch.

Tatiana Navka and Dmitry Peskov closed the American question


Tatyana Navka, the spouse of the press secretary of the President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Peskov, has repeatedly denied information about her having American citizenship.

Tatiana Navka broke up with the family nest


Selling an apartment in the United States, she was the richest wife among Kremlin officials.

Vladimir Putin wanted to give a penthouse in the Trump Moscow skyscraper


Published details of the Russian project of the President of the United States.

Moscow has determined the conditions for the transfer of Japan Southern Kurils


The Russian Federation is ready to transfer to Japan the island of Shikotan and the Habomai range on the condition that American soldiers are not placed on them.

The Israelis and the Syrians fought on the plane of the Russian Defense Ministry


Moscow habitually declared provocations, but no serious measures against Israel will be taken. Officially the aircraft of radar reconnaissance Il-20 was shot down by Syrian "allies".

Valentin Yumashev officially returned to the Kremlin


Yeltsin's son-in-law, Valentin Yumashev, was officially appointed as an adviser to the Russian President Vladimir Putin. According to the spokesman of the latter, Dmitry Peskov, "Yumashev has always been an adviser to the president."

The US wants to prevent India from buying Russian weapons


The US is trying to derail the largest defense contracts between Russia and India.

The heirs come to the Russian government and this does not do her good


Experts of the Petersburg Politics have studied the new Russian aristocracy.

The tests of Putin's miracle weapons ended in failure


Allegedly the already created missile with a nuclear engine on the test range flew just 2 kilometers, and the engine did not start at all. The presence of such missiles, Russian President Vladimir Putin told in March this year.

"Cortege" for Putin: failure or success


The inauguration of the Russian president, scheduled for May 7, was to be a debut for the cars of the project "Cortege". But the presentation of the Russian limousine was in jeopardy: it is still unclear whether he will take part in the solemn ceremony.

The government is discussing the nationalization of UC Rusal


This can save production, but not the company itself, experts say.

Scotland Yard revealed new details of the "The Case of the Skripals"


Poisoning began at the threshold of their house in Salisbury.

Forty-second cousin: Mikhail Putin came to "Gazprom"


Vladimir Putin's cousin will become a member of the board of the gas corporation.

New Year of Russian oligarchs and officials


Where did they meet New Year's Eve Dmitry Peskov, Dmitry Medvedev, Alisher Usmanov, Vladimir Potanin and Igor Sechin?

The Kremlin did not announce the only private sponsor of Putin's campaign


The candidate raised more funds than all the competitors put together.

Dmitry Rogozin turned butcher


A demonstration to Serbian President Alexander Vučić, and at the same time to millions of Russians, an experiment on "breathing water" was to prove the triumph of Russian science. But instead she showed Russian officials blunt stysters.

Suleiman Kerimov released for 5 million euros


The senator was charged with money laundering and tax evasion, and was also banned from leaving France.

Rating: the wealthiest at the Russian Presidential Administration


The richest employee in the Presidential Administration in 2016 was the First Deputy Head of the PA Sergey Kirienko. He declared 85.5 million rubles of income. This is eight times more than his senior, head of the PA Anton Vaino, has: in his declaration, he indicated only 9.6 million rubles.

Putin's glamorous allies


The globetrotting family of Russian Press Secretary Dmitry Peskov

How fares the family of the Russian President's Press Secretary Dmitry Peskov


As befits the elites of the Putin era, the children of Dmitry Peskov live mainly abroad, in the UK and France, and have never learned what need is. 

Siemens might leave Russia


Because of the scandal with the supply of turbines to the Crimea, the company is considering the option to withdraw from two joint ventures in Russia.

In 2016, Vladimir Putin earned more than Dmitry Medvedev


The Minister for the North Caucasus Lev Kuznetsov turned out to be the richest person in the Russian government.

The villa of Lyudmila Putina's alleged new husband was found in France


Arthur Ocheretny, whom the media previously called the potential new husband of Lyudmila Putina, is the owner of a villa in France worth €6-7 million, OCCPR found out.

"I find it funny when people say that I should live in Russia"


Elizaveta Peskova about her life in Paris.

Sechin sold Rosneft to foreign investors


Glencore and Qatar sovereign fund buy 19.5% stake in the company for 10.5 billion euros.

Lukashenko told about trying to participate in the privatization of Bashneft


Belarus offers Russia to exchange shares Bashneft for a stake in Belarusian companies, said President Alexander Lukashenko. No answer until now, he complained.

Officials and MPs are in no hurry to give up foreign property


Two branches of the federal government reported on income and property for 2015.

Panama Papers: what Russian officials kept in offshore companies


International Consortium for Investigative Journalism found offshore companies connected with the families of 12 Russian officials, including Alexey Ulyukayev and Dmitry Peskov. What is known about these companies?