Germany is ready to impose sanctions against Russia for the murder in Berlin

The murder of a Georgian terrorist on August 23, 2019 in Berlin, may be the reason for the imposition of sanctions against Russia by Germany.

It is reported by the American publication The Wall Street Journal, citing its own sources in German law enforcement agencies.

According to the authors of the material, the case of the murder of a citizen of Georgia of Chechen origin Zelimkhan Khongishvili can be transferred to the federal prosecutor of Germany, whose competence includes cases related to national security.

This became possible after the German prosecutor concluded that the murder suspect could be connected with the Russian authorities.

The editors believe that the "diplomatic or other sanctions" that Germany may impose against Russia will threaten the energy partnership of the countries.

In this situation, one does not need to have eagle eyesight to discern the ears of American interest in this whole story.

If, in the case of Khongishvili, the trick will work and Germany will impose sanctions against Russia, then taking into account the number of militants from the Caucasus, whom European countries have sheltered as refugees, they will be killed in any case when the Americans need to urgently organize an aggravation of relations between Europe and Russia.
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  1. steelmaker Offline steelmaker
    steelmaker 4 December 2019 10: 38
    So Russia needs to warn the terrorists entrenched in Europe that they will be fired so that there is a reason to quarrel with Russia. And Germany should be offered to extradite all Russian terrorists, so that there would be no reason to impose sanctions because of them!
  2. g1washntwn Offline g1washntwn
    g1washntwn (George Washington) 4 December 2019 10: 51
    Eliminated not by a "newbie" - it means, unprotected.
  3. Afinogen Offline Afinogen
    Afinogen (Afinogen) 4 December 2019 11: 34
    The German prosecutor’s office concluded that the murder suspect could be linked to the Russian authorities.

    It can be, it can be connected, or maybe not. One feels the hand of the Americans, their pen, their handwriting. They decided to put Germany in a puddle, they put London. Reputation is hard to earn, but very easy to lose.
    Two taxi drivers came across on a London street (well, it happened), ran out of cars at the same time and said with one voice that Russia was to blame.
  4. Whitesnow Offline Whitesnow
    Whitesnow (Oleg) 4 December 2019 16: 12
    Obviously, the German prosecutor's office does not report the results to Frau the Chancellor, but to Mr. Secretary of State. And a militant from Pankisi has no enemies, except for the President of the Russian Federation personally, by definition.
  5. Panting Offline Panting
    Panting (Vyacheslav) 5 December 2019 08: 21
    Looks like there was nothing more to take from him, well, like, like with Nemtsov and others, previously killed, who had developed their usefulness in a living form.
  6. zenitovets Offline zenitovets
    zenitovets (Ivan) 5 December 2019 18: 05
    We will answer in the mirror - with counter-sanctions, only business ...
  7. Pishenkov Offline Pishenkov
    Pishenkov (Alexey) 5 December 2019 22: 59
    For this, the Germans DO NOT impose sanctions. They will do something there, they will be outraged, but they will not impose sanctions. They and what is from the Americans are already upset ... They, of course, want to let them down, especially on gas occasions, but it won’t work ... Not that scale ...