Germany’s new cabinet set for dialogue with Russia

Germany is determined to develop relations with Russia. The new government of the country has declared its readiness for a constructive dialogue with Moscow

Germany's new cabinet set for dialogue with Russia

The portal “PolitExpert” reports that this is stated in the text of the coalition agreement of the new German Cabinet. The document has 177 pages in total, authored by the three parties that won the election.

They are the Social Democrats, the Greens and the Liberals. It is worth noting that they have not touched on one of the most important topics today – the launch of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline.

“German-Russian relations are deep and diverse. Russia is also an important international player. We understand the importance and aspire to a meaningful and stable relationship. We are ready for a constructive dialogue”, –  said the new government.

Overall, relations between Russia and Germany are unlikely to change dramatically. Berlin is aware that it needs links with Moscow. That is why it is hoped that Chancellor Olaf Scholz will continue the course of Angela Merkel, who has always been aware of the importance of stable relations with Russia.

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