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German politician threatens Ukrainian ambassador over Scooter scandal
08:46, 8 August 2017
German politician threatens Ukrainian ambassador over Scooter scandal

"A foreign ambassador must not exceed the limits of necessary restraint, otherwise he can become a persona non grata," said the deputy head of Free Democratic Party

08:46, 8 August 2017

 

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The deputy head of German Free Democratic Party Wolfgang Kubicki said that Ukrainian ambassador to Germany, Andriy Melnyk, should not have been so enthusiastic about pointing out the illegality of visit to the annexed Crimea by Scooter, otherwise the diplomat can be declared persona non grata. This was stated by German politician wrote on his Facebook page.

"A foreign ambassador must not exceed the limits of necessary restraint, otherwise he can become a persona non grata," said the deputy head of Free Democratic Party.

This was also commented by the diplomat Svitlana Melnyk on the page in Facebook.

Related: Ukrainian prosecutor's office intends to interrogate members of Scooter band

“Deputy Head of Free Democratic Party of Germany (it’s rating is about 8%) Wolfgang Kubicki began to threaten with the announcement him a persona non grata. For what exactly? For the fact that the ambassador has questioned the possibility for Scooter’s frontman H.P. Baxxter who violated the laws of another state to remain a member of the jury of country’s popular casting show - "Germany is looking for super-talent,” she wrote.

As it was reported earlier Ukraine's ambassador in Germany, Andriy Melnyk, called the organizers of the German show DSDS to exclude from the jury the Scooter's lead singer H.P. Baxxter for his illegal visit to the Crimea-occupied Crimea.

Related: Scooter might face up to 8 years in prison for visit to Crimea, - Prosecutor's Office

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