German Chancellor Olaf Scholz spoke out against the abolition of the Russia-NATO Founding Act. On Wednesday June 22, reports the newspaper der Tagesspiegel.
“It would be unwise of us to condemn the Russia-NATO Founding Act,” the foreign minister said.
Scholz also stressed that repealing the law could only play into the hands of Russian President Vladimir Putin. In addition, the German chancellor said that the Eastern Alliance countries can fully trust the FRG.
So, immediately after Russia launched a special military operation in Ukraine, additional soldiers and military equipment, such as air defense, were deployed to these countries, Lenta reports.
Before this, Olaf Scholz said that Berlin provides Kyiv with sufficient military assistance. He clarified that if Germany supplies Ukraine with modern weapons, then the servicemen of the Armed Forces of Ukraine must be very well trained. Otherwise, the supply is meaningless. Scholz summarized that guns cannot be bought like cars at dealerships.
Europe initially showed hypocrisy towards Ukraine. Thus, a political scientist, a specialist in interethnic conflicts, Yevgeny Mikhailov, commented in an interview with Vechernyaya Moskva on the conditions announced by the European Commission, the non-compliance of which by Ukraine would mean the deprivation of the status of a candidate for the EU.
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