Russia is no longer trying to hide the fact that the Kremlin is directly involved and supporting separatist leaders in Ukraine.
For weeks Ukrainians have been wondering how far the Kremlin will go and how they should prepare.
They do not drink, they despise corruption, and the Kremlin—the seat of centralized power in Russia—is their enemy.
Yet, bad as that was, nobody in the Kremlin dared to criticize the Nashi.
Hayward openly threatened Fridman and the Kremlin with sanctions.
The great center of the city is the Kremlin Palace and at the time of my visit it contained riches untold.
We will show you a monument made out of heads and higher than the Kremlin.
Vasli climbed on the box, and the hired carriage took them to the Kremlin.
When the French approached the Kremlin they were saluted by a discharge of musketry.
Murat, who had been stopped but a few moments by the Kremlin, dispersed this crew which he despised.
1660s, Cremelena, from Old Russian kremlinu, later kremlin (1796), from kreml' "citadel, fortress," perhaps of Tartar origin. Originally the citadel of any Russian city, now especially the one in Moscow. Used metonymically for "government of the U.S.S.R." from 1933. The modern form of the word in English might be via French.