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German Free Democratic Party, Kremlin Stooges? Pushing Russian Agendas


Looks like the German Free Democratic Party has been bought by Russia. The Party Leadership is pushing multiple Russian agendas

Candidate for German Chancellor post supports return to “detente policy” with Russia

Controversial drive for a course correction in Russia Russia by Germany’s Federal Democratic Party (FDP) leader Christian Lindner was praised by the country’s left-wing forces, whose candidate for the Chancellor’s post. Sahra Wagenknecht welcomed the earlier statement by Lindner, Spiegel reports. In her interview with the Funke Mediengruppe, Wagenknecht stated that the need to return immediately to the “detente policy ” in relations with Russia for the sake of European peace and security, Spiegel wrote. “If the FDP recalled these foreign policy traditions, this is welcome,” she said. As UNIAN reported earlier, Germany’s FDP leader Christian Lindner suggested that the issue of Crimea’s illegal annexation should be “sealed” for now in order to make progress on other issues of relations with Moscow. He said that it is necessary to work out proposals that would allow Putin to change his policy “without losing face.”

Crimean Tatars’ Chubarov reacts to controversial statements by German politicians on Crimea issue

The head of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatars, People's Deputy of Ukraine Refat Chubarov told reporters Tuesday he considered it inadmissible to postpone the issue of Crimea’s return for later, a UNIAN correspondent reports. “If we leave the issue now, as you say, for some distant future, then Russia will do everything to destroy the indigenous peoples,” Chubarov said in reply to the statements by German politicians that the question of the return of Crimea under Ukraine’s jurisdiction should be resolved after settling the Donbas conflict. The head of the Mejlis stressed that the Ukrainian government cannot allow indigenous peoples to be destroyed on its territory. Read also Candidate for German Chancellor post supports return to “detente policy” with Russia “And therefore, Crimea, just like the territories in Eastern Ukraine beyond our control – Crimea and Donbas – should be in the same line, and we should consider these issues simultaneously,” Chubarov said.

Crimea and Donbas should go side by side in de-occupation terms, – Chubarov

08.08.17 14:03 – Crimea and Donbas should go side by side in de-occupation terms, – Chubarov The issue of the return of Crimea under Ukrainian government control should not be considered separately from the Donbas. View news.

Deputy leader of the Free Democratic Party, Wolfgang Kubik, threatens to declare persona non grata the Ukrainian ambassador to Germany, Andrei Melnik, written in Facebook by the diplomat’s wife.

Kubica did not like the statement of the Ukrainian diplomat about the recent visit of the German group Scooter to the territory of the occupied Crimea.

As is known, in connection with the illegal visit to the peninsula, Melnik called for the exclusion of the lead singer of the group Eich Pik Baxter from the jury of the television show “Germany is looking for a super-talent”.Recall members of the German group Scooter, who flew to the annexed Crimea on August 4, thereby violating the law of Ukraine, faces up to 8 years of

Recall members of the German group Scooter, who flew to the annexed Crimea on August 4, thereby violating the law of Ukraine, faces up to 8 years of imprisonment .

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