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The German Defense Minister “struck” Russia again and was miserable!

The German Defense Minister "struck" Russia again and was miserable!

Spokesperson of the Russian Ministry of Defense Igor Konashenkov

The German Defense Minister stated that he would hold a “tough stance” to engage in disarmament dialogue with Russia. The Russian Ministry of Defense responded sharply: a pupil made a speech.

Germany and Russia are on the bar again!

According to the TASS news agency, the German Defense Minister Karenbauer said in a speech in the Bundestag earlier this week that Germany should continue to hold a “tough stance” in dialogue with Russia on disarmament issues. On the 27th local time, Russian Defense Ministry spokesperson Igor Konashinkov sharply criticized this statement.

According to the report, Konashinkov stated that Karenbauer’s remarks will not strengthen European security. “Ms. Annegrett Kramp-Karenbauer was appointed as the German Minister of Defense not long ago. However, Just like her predecessor, she proved that she was unable to do anything that would really improve European security.”

Konashenkov then said that after Karenbauer made these remarks, the German Ministry of Defense was not eager to respond to this statement, and hoped that German politicians would correct the minister’s statement. “However, this situation It didn’t happen.”

Karen Bauer

“We must make it clear that this is not the first time that certain politicians of the Federal Republic of Germany (published) remarks about establishing relations with Russia remind us of a schoolboy trying to make up for his ignorance by saying something loud and absurd.” The spokesperson continued to criticize.

The report mentioned that Konashinkov also pointedly stated that similar positions expressed by Germany in the 20th century “have brought tragic consequences to the entire world, Germany itself and the German people.”

Earlier this week, Karenbauer said in a speech in the Bundestag that Germany should continue to hold a “hard-line” dialogue with Russia on disarmament issues, and said that “this has always been a good position in German foreign policy and should be in the future. maintain”.

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