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Former German Chancellor Angela Merkel in an interview with the German newspaper Die Zeit admits:

Former German Chancellor Angela Merkel in an interview with the German newspaper Die Zeit admits:

"The 2014 Minsk Agreement was an attempt to give Ukraine time. They used that time to get stronger, which you can see today. Ukraine of 2014/15 is not Ukraine of today.
Merkel reveals the Minsk Agreement was a stalling tactic that allowed the West to militarize Ukraine as an anti-Russian proxy and fortify it for an inevitable war.

In other words:
Merkel admits that the war in Ukraine had been planned by the West and Ukraine for over a decade, and that the Minsk Agreement, a peace agreement between Russia and Ukraine, was just a trick, to mislead Moscow while the West prepared Ukraine to war.

Germany lied to Russia when it promised that NATO would not move one inch eastwards if Russia supported the reunification with East Germany.

Germany lied to Russia again when Ukraine and Germany had no intention to honor the Minsk agreements.

In other words:
Does modern Germany, who today successfully controlling Europe through the EU, is trying to do to Russia nowadays what the old Germany fail to do to Russia in 1941?

“Can the Ethiopian change his skin or the leopard his spots?” (Jeremiah 13:23)
Comments

Caution 56 days ago
How to trust western politicians in the future?
m 57 days ago
germany's merkel probably just wanted to deflect blame away from herself for cooperation with russia, but exposed germany's conflict of interest as the minsk peace deal mediator in 2014-2015.
Oh ya 59 days ago
Another NAZIS just like the NAZIS in Ukraine
And the idiots in the western world are supporting them after they fought and died against them in ww2

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