World Schröder: The Kremlin wants a negotiating solution

08:00  03 august  2022
08:00  03 august  2022 Source:   pressfrom.com

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former Chancellor Gerhard Schröder (SPD) have confirmed another meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin. "The good news means: The Kremlin wants a negotiating solution," he told the magazine "Stern" and the broadcaster RTL/NTV as the conclusion of the meeting. Schröder was in Moscow last week. The grain agreement is a first success. "Maybe you can slowly expand it into a ceasefire," said the former chancellor in the interview published on Wednesday.

Altkanzler Gerhard Schröder (SPD) hat ein weiteres Treffen mit dem russischen Präsidenten Wladimir Putin bestätigt. © Alexey Druzhinin former Chancellor Gerhard Schröder (SPD) has confirmed another meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin. "The good news means: The Kremlin wants a negotiating solution," he told the magazine "Stern" and the broadcaster RTL/NTV.

"Of course, Germany and the federal government have a special responsibility, especially together with France," said Schröder. "There is not enough happening at the moment, my impression is, because one thing is clear: it won't work without conversations."

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He pointed out that "there was already a negotiation approach in the conflict between Ukraine and Russia", for example in Istanbul in March. "The Turks were very helpful, as they are currently very helpful in the negotiation of grain deliveries."

Schröder once again described the war as the "mistake of the Russian government". At the same time he added: "If you take a look at the problems that are really relevant, you can be solved." For example, it is "absurd" that Ukraine recall the Crimea militarily. When it comes to NATO membership, even the Ukrainian President Wolodymyr Selenskyj said "that there was an alternative, such as an armed neutrality for Ukraine, without NATO membership, such as Austria".

"more complicated" is it with a view of the Donbass in the competitive east of Ukraine. "To do this, you will have to find a solution according to the Swiss cantonal model," said Schröder. The actual question must be: "Do you want to solve the conflict at all?" Then there must be concessions on both sides.

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He as a private person could not end the conflict, even if he had one or the other way to "share a few thoughts with the people involved". Therefore, he thinks that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan tried mediation. "But without a yes from Washington it won't work," said Schröder.

There are "real circular fears in Russia that are fed by history," he said and added: "And unfortunately they also have their justification."

Schröder rejected a break with his friend Putin. He had "convicted the war several times" and at the same time questioned whether a "personal distance from Vladimir Putin would really bring someone". He "made decisions and I stand by it". The former chancellor added: "Maybe I can be useful again. So why should I apologize?"

Schröder had already traveled to Moscow in early March and had spoken to Putin about the Ukraine War. After that, he had also reported Putin's interest in a negotiating solution.

Against Schröder, a party exclusion procedure is currently underway because of its proximity to Putin and his commitment to Russian state corporations. A total of 17 corresponding applications from district and local associations had been received from the SPD.


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