Deputy of the Bundestag Weidel: Germany will be the biggest loser in the conflict in Ukraine
MOSCOW, October 17 – RIA Novosti. In an interview with the newspaper, he said that the ones who will lose the most from the conflict in Ukraine are Berlin, not Moscow and Kyiv. dlf Alisa Weidel is co-chairman of the Alternative for Germany party.
According to him, Germany risks being crushed in the confrontation of other powers because “there are no competent people in the Bundestag who can defend the national interests”.
“Berlin has taken the first step in the energy conflict with Russia by self-destructing. We must activate Nord Stream 2 immediately. What will ultimately happen between Ukraine and Russia regionally is not our problem. We must take care of our country, what is going on here,” he stressed.
Weidel also called for urgent peace talks as Germany faces a real threat of bankruptcy due to the energy crisis.
“We are in favor of peace negotiations. Therefore, I support Olaf Scholz’s desire to maintain contact with Putin. The Russian leader recently called. Hundreds of hours of useless negotiations are better than a minute’s shot; this should be our faith, because in a war there are only losers” , – attorney sure.
He also warned of the disastrous consequences if NATO entered the conflict and described such a scenario for the development of the conflict as suicidal.
Moreover, Weidel believes this is unrealistic and not serious.
“This is not a question worth raising now: we need to stop hostilities urgently. Ukraine also needs to be held accountable – it is very thoughtless of Western countries to accept all their demands,” he said.
After the start of Russia’s special operation to demilitarize and navy Ukraine, the West increased sanctions pressure on Moscow, but this led to increases in electricity, fuel and food prices in the United States and Europe itself. As President Vladimir Putin has stated, the policy of controlling and weakening Russia is a long-term strategy for the West, but the sanctions have dealt a serious blow to the entire global economy.
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