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More and more German companies can see that Berlin’s political problems in contacts with Moscow will adversely affect economic co-operation in the long term.
The treaty on alliance and integration, together with the state border agreement signed in February, has sanctioned the effective incorporation of South Ossetia.
Congress of the European radical right is one of the Kremlin’s measures aimed at creating pro-Russian lobbies in the West.
Germany intends to use Juncker’s proposals to initiate a debate on establishing closer military co-operation within the EU.
Kyiv is ready for a long-term ‘freezing’ of the conflict under international control.
The past year of Crimea as part of the Russian Federation has shown that any resolution of the peninsula’s problems seems unlikely in the near future.
In her speech on the politics of memory Merkel emphasised the position of China in its historical debate with Japan.
The six states of the Persian Gulf are the third largest exports market for Germany outside Europe, following the US and China.
The main reason for the decline in exports from Ukraine is the collapse of industrial production in the war-torn Donbas region.
Russia’s economic problems are structural in nature and cannot be solved by the monetary and credit measures.