Video: Telephone calls with Putin – Scholz reports on the course of the talks

STORY: NOTE: YOU WILL RECEIVE THIS CONTRIBUTION WITHOUT VOICE TEXT. OST OF FEDERAL CHANCELLOR OLAF SCHOLZ: “First of all, I think it’s important that you talk, even if you have completely different opinions. And that’s such a case here. Well, I met him in Moscow before the war talked, at this strangely long table there, I think about four hours. And since then I’ve called him several times. Also for a very long time. As far as the process is concerned, I can now, I think, divulge that it’s always polite. So, on the other side of the phone, nobody is yelling around and I can’t speak Russian. I once tried to learn eight hours at the adult education center, but nothing stuck except the alphabet. But he can very good German and that’s why he switched to German from time to time or refrained from having my remarks translated.In fact, it has to be said that a lot of what he says and says has changed since the beginning of the war want to calibrate. But one thing, that he just wants to conquer part of Ukrainian territory, by force, nothing. And I think that’s also the really depressing thing, that despite the fact that there are so many losses on the Russian side, nothing has changed.”


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