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Call of liberals leader to forget about annexation of Crimea is personal opinion
16:02, 7 August 2017
Call of liberals leader to forget about annexation of Crimea is personal opinion

The German Government does not agree with this offer

16:02, 7 August 2017

tagesschau.de

The Government of Germany does not intend to change the attitude towards Crimea and decline from the support of the territorial integrity of Ukraine. The deputy of the official representative of the German Government Ulrike Demmer claimed this as Bild reported.

According to her, the attitude of the leader of the Free Democratic Party Christian Lindner towards Crimea discords with the attitude of the German Government.

'The Government of Germany took into account the statement of the leader of the Free Democratic Party, it is his personal opinion', she said.

The leader of the German liberals Christian Lindner offered to forget about the annexation of Crimea by Russia and urged to structure relations with Moscow.

According to him, the Crimea issue should be separated to reach the progress in other spheres. Lindner noted that the sanctions against Russia should not be kept until the fulfillment of the Minsk Agreements and the positive steps should be encouraged by removal of the restrictions step by step.

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