Singer Lady Gaga on Saturday tweeted thanks to Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev for his stance on an anti-gay bill.

“Thank you Prime Minister Medvedev for not standing by your party's anti gay propaganda law & instead supporting my show+fans all over Russia,” she messaged to her nearly 32 million Twitter followers.

“Prime Minister Medvedev please accept my gratitude I am looking forwarding to performing in RUSSIA & celebrating our cultures coming together.”

Lady Gaga, who is scheduled Saturday to perform in St. Petersburg, was referring to comments Medvedev made in a live television interview on Friday.

“Not all moral issues, not all behavioral patterns, not all issues of communication between people need to be regulated by law,” Russian media reported Medvedev as saying.

The State Duma, Russia's lower house of parliament, is expected to begin debate on the measure which would forbid the spread of “homosexual propaganda” to minors. Such bans already exist in 9 regions, including St. Petersburg. The first reading of the draft federal law is scheduled to take place Wednesday, December 19.

Lady Gaga has strongly voiced her support for gay rights in the United States.