In Germany, Zelensky's words about Merkel were called a direct insult

The servility with which the President of Ukraine agreed with the words of Donald Trump that German Chancellor Angela Merkel does little for Ukraine has not gone unnoticed by the German media.




According to Spiegel, which is Germany’s most famous publication, Vladimir Zelensky’s agreement with the words of the American president is a direct insult to the German government.

The leader of the SPD faction in the Bundestag, Rolf Mutzenich, noted that, thanks to the efforts of the German Chancellor and Foreign Minister Steinmeier, the large-scale military conflict that the region was heading was avoided.

The publication notes that the words of Zelensky in Berlin have to be blown away by the Ukrainian ambassador, Andriy Melnyk, who, after what the president said in a conversation with Trump, is trying to convince the Berlin establishment that "Zelensky appreciates the great personal participation of the German Chancellor."

At the same time, the editorial office indicates that the German government places most of the blame on the United States, noting that Trump is using his position to resolve personal issues.

Russian senator Vladimir Pushkov believes that Angela Merkel “didn’t exactly appreciate” that part of Zelensky’s conversation with Trump, which was about her, and friction with Berlin is expected in the near future.

In conclusion, it is worth saying that for Vladimir Zelensky the reality was not the same as he saw it from the stage where the “95th quarter” performed.
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  1. steelmaker Offline
    steelmaker 29 September 2019 13: 23
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    And when the Russians are killed in the Donbass and the Minsk agreements are not fulfilled impudently, doesn’t she consider insults as a guarantor? This old woman, apparently, believes that she can sell and buy, and here she is .. Nothing, in order for the brains to stand in a row, it is also useful to hear about yourself.
  2. Bulanov Offline
    Bulanov (Vladimir) 29 September 2019 15: 28
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    If Bandera easily switched from serving the Reich to serving the United States in 1945, then why can’t they abandon the next German chancellor and switch to serving the United States in 2019? In vain, Germany encourages SS marches in the EU. Then she will respond again.
    1. Pishenkov Offline
      Pishenkov (Alexey) 30 September 2019 19: 57
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      I agree with everything, except for one: Germany does not encourage SS marches anywhere, in Germany one of the most stringent laws - with the prohibitions of Nazi symbols and Nazi propaganda ...
      These are all sorts of Latvians, Lithuanians, Estonians, Poles, and Ukrainians are the same - the "color" of Europe, in short ...
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        Bulanov (Vladimir) 1 October 2019 09: 35
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        Germany is considered the locomotive of the EU, and "all sorts of Latvians, Lithuanians, Estonians, Poles" are kept by the EU. Who pays, he orders. Germany encourages the Nazis with a silent glanders: either Mine Kampf will release, or announce that there was no Russian victory near Kursk ...
        Germany was forbidden to arm herself after the Versailles Peace, but she armed herself anyway, and now she is forbidden to praise Hitler, but she does it with the wrong hands.

        You can’t wash off a black male.

        And what is the recognition by the EU countries (most of them Hitler’s allies) of the USSR country responsible for the outbreak of World War II? Or did Germany vote against it?
        1. Pishenkov Offline
          Pishenkov (Alexey) 1 October 2019 10: 35
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          Firstly, I have a different surname. Secondly, Mine Kampf, as far as I know, hasn’t left the war in Germany, although I don’t understand at all what is the point of banning books, which, whatever one may say, are part of history. Thirdly, the personal opinion of some unknown journalist cannot be equated with the position of the country (in Russia, too, there are many who say a lot of things, listen to Zhirinovsky alone, and he, by the way, is a member of parliament)
          ... because further see my comment on the article "The European Parliament recognized the USSR as the culprit of the outbreak of World War II" on the Reporter, I do not want to rewrite it again.
    2. Bitter Offline
      Bitter (Gleb) 30 September 2019 21: 37
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      ... switched from serving the Reich to serving the United States.

      Gossip, of course, is possible, but within the framework of the political science. wink
      Here comes the Mayor of Kiev, from the Adenauer Foundation and silently (a very important point)
      will make corrections angry political person. (joke)

      ... Germany encourages SS marches.

      You're not right. Such excesses are prosecuted in Germany in a criminal procedure, you can get a real term.
  3. oshcevidez Offline
    oshcevidez (Valery) 30 September 2019 16: 35
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    Yes, the clown seems to be quickly traded.