World Germany: Holidays in Moscow by Gerhard Schröder make Toussser
"He has talks about energy policy": Ex-Chancellor Schröder apparently visited Moscow
ex-Federal Chancellor Gerhard Schröder has apparently traveled to Moscow again. According to his wife to have a conversation there. © Photo: Kay Nietfeld/dpa ex-federal chancellor Gerhard Schröder. has apparently traveled to Moscow for the second time since the Russian invasion of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. This was confirmed by his wife, Soyeon Schröder-Kim, the "Spiegel" . "Yes, that's right," she said on request.
The former German Chancellor returned to Russia and met Vladimir Putin at the end of July. He confirms and refuses to apologize. His explanations and proposals for good offices for a peace in Ukraine raise a new wave of criticism.
After a first visit in March, just after the start of the, former German Social Democrat (SPD) Gerhard Schröder, whose proximity to the power of Moscow already made the 'Object of strong criticism, persists: without having warned his government led by Olaf Scholz (SPD), he stayed three days in Moscow at the end of July. He explains this week in an interview with Stern magazine.
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Revenue from his holidays in Moscow, the one who was at the head of the German executive from 1998 to 2005 confirms that he met Vladimir Putin and refuses to apologize. He takes up the position of the Kremlin saying that Moscow wants to negotiate a solution for the war in Ukraine. Maybe we could gradually build a ceasefire? He wonders, without forgetting to put pressure on its own country: obviously, Germany and its government have a particular responsibility (in the conflict, note), in partnership with France.
Remember Donbass, Crimea
for the former 78 -year -old leader, Ukraine should resolve to give up the Donbass where a solution on the model of the Swiss cantons would be found ", and a fortiori in Crimea, annexed by Russia in 2014, for which he believes that Ukrainian reconquest ideas do not hold water.
Schröder: The Kremlin wants a negotiating solution
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.
A proposal for a negotiated solution deemed disgusting on Thursday August 4, by the Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky.
Faced with the problems of Russian gas deliveries, Gerhard Schröder advocates, without surprise, the simplest solution: the start-up of Nord Stream 2, frozen since The outbreak of war ... and which he chairs the board of directors. In May, under pressure from criticism he had to abandon his role as leader of the Russian oil producer Rosneft but he obviously remains a lobbyist active in the Russian Gazprom giant giant.
In Germany, criticisms are raining: his commitment, privately, during his retirement as a lobbyist for a Russian state company was criticized by me and by others. It is even more unacceptable since the war in Ukraine, reaffirmed the deputy SPD, former vice-president of the Ralf Stegner party. We must not follow the fantasies of a man who places his personal financial interests above the interests of the country, "said Thorsten Frei, one of the leaders of the parliamentary group of Democrats Christians (CDU) in the Bundestag.
because of the loss of his special rights: Former Chancellor Schröder sued the Bundestag .
In the spring, the Schröder budget committee withdrawn his right to an office and employee. This now wants to get his privileges back. © Photo: Kay Nietfeld/dpa Gerhard Schröder (SPD), former Chancellor, in 2020. The former Federal Chancellor Gerhard Schröder (SPD) is suing the Bundestag for the restoration of his special rights with special rights .