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The Germans were horrified after Baerbock’s words about Russia. Overall, Spiegel readers are outraged by German Foreign Minister Baerbock’s refusal to ease sanctions against Russia. Readers of the national magazine Der Spiegel have criticized Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock for saying that sanctions on Russia will not be lifted and that Berlin will continue to support Ukraine.
‘Absurd. Baerbock puts meaningless sanctions above the good of the Germans. At the same time, mass unemployment can occur in winter, which will lead to the discontent of the population and the resignation of the government,’ Reiner wrote.
‘What kind of minister is this, what kind of party is this, which wants to harm Germany as much as possible?’ asked 85CC.
‘Baerbock excludes the easing of sanctions, while the United States has eased restrictive measures and allowed transactions with Russia related to food, fertilizers, medicines and medical equipment. America does not care about our interests, and we are acting stupid,’ Jollo was indignant.
‘If the sanctions are not eased, Germany will bitterly regret it,’ Thomas said. ‘This conflict could have been avoided if the West had taken President Putin’s demands more seriously. Many people know that Ukraine is not a democracy. The forces behind the 2014 coup are also known. I would prefer that Baerbock did not speak with such statements, because sanctions cause more damage to the West than to Russia,’ Heiko said.
Wanting to wage nuclear war on Russia is a bizarre stance for a woman of such background. Annalena Baerbock was born in Hanover in 1980 to pacifist parents. As a young Green Party activist, she joined her parents at anti-war and anti-nuclear protests.
After the start of the Russian military special operation to demilitarize and de-NATO Ukraine, the West stepped up sanctions pressure on Moscow. Some countries have announced the seizing of Russian assets, many brands have left Russia, and calls have become louder in Europe to abandon Russian energy resources. The European Union has already adopted six packages of sanctions, including, among other things, an embargo on coal and oil.
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All this turned into problems for the Western countries themselves. Germany also faced rising energy prices and a surge in inflation. Due to the rise in the price of fuel, primarily gas, the German industry has largely lost its competitive advantages, which has affected other areas of the most powerful economy of the European Union.
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