Ambassador: Merkel plays crucial role in deterring Russian aggressionAmbassador: Merkel plays crucial role in deterring Russian aggression

As long as German Chancellor Angela Merkel personally coordinates the process of peaceful settlement of the situation in Donbas, Russian President Vladimir Putin will not dare to escalate.

As Ambassador of Ukraine to Germany Andriy Melnyk said in an interview with the Radio Liberty, Merkel continues to play a crucial role in deterring Russian aggression.

“We, Ukrainians, should understand one thing. As long as Merkel continues to take care of the Ukrainian file, as long as Merkel personally calls our president every week, every two weeks, and then calls Putin, and coordinates this whole peace process, which is very sensitive and fragile, but as long as Angela Merkel remains and retains this leading role, I think that Ukrainians can sleep a peaceful sleep and we may not afraid that another escalation will suddenly begin tomorrow. Because Putin is well aware that in this case, the price he will have to pay for this aggression will be disproportionately higher,” the diplomat said.

According to him, Germany, and personally the Chancellor, maintains a mediator’s role despite all the setbacks and the complexity of this process, being a very important fact for Ukrainians.

Ukraine’s ambassador to Germany also expressed confidence that Merkel would not give up this huge burden halfway and would definitely bring her mission to a successful completion, i.e. to the end of the war and achievement of peace.As long as German Chancellor Angela Merkel personally coordinates the process of peaceful settlement of the situation in Donbas, Russian President Vladimir Putin will not dare to escalate.

As Ambassador of Ukraine to Germany Andriy Melnyk said in an interview with the Radio Liberty, Merkel continues to play a crucial role in deterring Russian aggression.

“We, Ukrainians, should understand one thing. As long as Merkel continues to take care of the Ukrainian file, as long as Merkel personally calls our president every week, every two weeks, and then calls Putin, and coordinates this whole peace process, which is very sensitive and fragile, but as long as Angela Merkel remains and retains this leading role, I think that Ukrainians can sleep a peaceful sleep and we may not afraid that another escalation will suddenly begin tomorrow. Because Putin is well aware that in this case, the price he will have to pay for this aggression will be disproportionately higher,” the diplomat said.

According to him, Germany, and personally the Chancellor, maintains a mediator’s role despite all the setbacks and the complexity of this process, being a very important fact for Ukrainians.

Ukraine’s ambassador to Germany also expressed confidence that Merkel would not give up this huge burden halfway and would definitely bring her mission to a successful completion, i.e. to the end of the war and achievement of peace.

© 2020 Ukrinform News

5 comments

  • Baaaaaaaaaaaaaahaaaaaaaaaaaaaahaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!

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  • Is this Melnyk giving Merkel one? She had the power to stop this war 5 years ago, but instead chose to appease the little bastard, then reward his terrorism with a pipeline to cut off gas transportation across Ukraine

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  • ‘as long as Angela Merkel remains and retains this leading role, I think that Ukrainians can sleep a peaceful sleep and we may not afraid that another escalation will suddenly begin tomorrow…’
    This is a load of concentrated sewage. I don’t think he believes it either. It is a subtle form of coercion: he wrongly thinks he can shame the corpulent quisling into taking ownership of Germany’s unique responsibilities as a former occupying power almost as genocidal as Russia. But the fat cow is almost entirely without integrity and feels no compassion whatsoever for the plight of Germany’s biggest victim.

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