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Berlin says the White House is sending mixed signals concerning Russia
12:56, 12 July 2017
Berlin says the White House is sending mixed signals concerning Russia

Berlin's representative in charge of relations with Moscow emphasized that US policy concerning Russia became a “captive of inner-American debates”

12:56, 12 July 2017

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Berlin says the White House is sending mixed signals concerning Russia, according to German media DW.

They say that Berlin is concerned as to whether the present US President Administration can cope with Ukraine and Syria Conflicts, while simultaneously sending mixed signals to Russia.

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“We see indecisiveness in American policy concerning Russia,” Gernot Erler, Berlin's representative in charge of relations with Moscow, told.

Moreover, he added that the White House policy on Russia has become a “captive of inner-American debates”.

“What do we see as a fact? What Tillerson says, what the President says, what Nikki Haley says? We hear so many voices, and they are not in unison,” he said.

As it was reported ealier, Trump and Putin agreed to create US-Russia way to solve Ukrainian conflict during their meeting at G20 summit. However, as to the results of their meeting, they don't see eye to eye.  

Related: Trump, Putin agree on cease-fire in southwest Syria, US officials inform

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