Schulz: Germany will not get involved in "scary" adventures related to the Ukrainian crisis Schulz: Germany will not get involved in "scary" adventures related to the Ukrainian crisis

Schulz: Germany will not get involved in "scary" adventures related to the Ukrainian crisis

Schulz: Germany will not get involved in "scary" adventures related to the Ukrainian crisis

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz assured his citizens that the German government will not engage in any feared "adventures" regarding the Ukrainian crisis, and will continue to follow a "wise policy."

“Everyone can be confident that the policies of the federal government under my leadership will continue to be based on wisdom, and they will continue to do so in the future,” Schulz said in a joint press conference with the heads of the country’s federal government.

He added: "This is the basis for all those who are truly concerned about such a conflict to have confidence that there will be no adventures on the part of German policy to be feared."

Schulz stressed that "the government intends to carry out its tasks in a way that guarantees the security of Europe," adding that "Ukraine is capable of defending itself, but the possibility of quickly restoring security and cohesion in Europe is also not out of sight."

Schulz cited the recent conference held in Switzerland , saying it was a "small first step" in this direction. Earlier, the German Chancellor likened the conference in Switzerland to a "plant that must be watered" to develop negotiations on Ukraine.

It is noteworthy that in late May, the German government informed of its decision to allow Kiev to use German weapons to strike targets inside Russia.

The official representative of the Council of Ministers, Wolfgang Buchner, confirmed at the time that Germany, as an arms supplier to Ukraine, would not become a party to the conflict, but a major debate erupted about the possible consequences of this step.

It should be noted that Russia stated that arms supplies to Ukraine conflict with the terms of the settlement, and that it directly involves NATO countries in the conflict, while this does not contribute to the negotiation and will have a negative impact.

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  1. It is balancing support and stability in Europe's security framework.

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