I met him [Yushchenko] once in Kiev in 1999.
The opposition knows that if there is any popular revolt it will sweep them all away -- both the authorities and the opposition.
Yes, I want to move to Kiev.
I myself find myself constantly under pressure and can perfectly understand that [this provocation] is aimed not at me, but at the president of Russia.
organizers of this provocation should be punished and answer for their actions in court.
My attorneys are preparing the necessary documents to go to a European court and appeal the Latvian authorities' decision to include me on the so-called black list.
Russian is my native language and what I have said is very precise: I think that Russia needs a robust ploy for power, forcing a regime change, which should be understood as referring to a bloodless means of changing authoritarian regimes for democratic ones.
Dmitri has put a personal stamp on them - they are one of the best orchestras in the world.