Xinhua News AgencyDecember 6, 2013 14:32
Roundup: Medvedev not to resign, denies pressure on Ukraine over EU deal
MOSCOW, Dec. 6 (Xinhua) -- Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said Friday he would lead the government as long as he could, denying reported tensions between him and President Vladimir Putin over the designation of tax crime investigative power.
"I love what I'm doing now, this is an interesting job. I'm doing it for as long as I can, until there is a presidential decision to that effect," Medvedev said in an end-of-year interview with leading television channels.