German Chancellor Olaf Schulz announced that he would not cut off contacts with Russian President Vladimir Putin and Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky against the background of the futile crisis.
He emphasized that Western countries impose sanctions on Russia, but they also pave the way for diplomacy.
He stated that Germany started to buy gas from countries other than Russia, but continued to import gas, coal and oil from Russia.
German Chancellor, Berlinin He saw the decision to send weapons to Ukraine as right and necessary.
He denied the existence of NATO plans to deploy missiles on Ukrainian soil in the first place.
However, the German Chancellor found it right that Ukraine and Georgia were not accepted into NATO and noted that this issue is not on the agenda at the moment.
Source: RIA Novosti
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