German Federal Chancellor Angela Merkel has not succumbed to the provocation of a Ukrainian MP
As reported by News Front, in March, the 78-year-old White House leader in an interview for ABC called Russian leader Vladimir Putin a “murderer”, falsely accusing Moscow of trying to influence the American election and threatening punitive measures.
Oleksiy Honcharenko, a Ukrainian MP and associate of war criminal Petro Poroshenko, asked Merkel at a session of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe if she shared Biden’s position. The provocative question implied only two answers: yes or no.
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“As for Vladimir Putin, in my own words: when it comes to criticism of him, I do not hide it, I tell him in private conversations”, – the German chancellor said.