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Russia accuses Germany of 'incomplete denazification,' Berlin views it as intimidation

Russia accuses Germany of 'incomplete denazification,' Berlin views it as intimidation Official spokesperson of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs Maria Zakharova (Photo:
Author: Daria Shekina

Germany is not hearing statements about denazification from Russian representatives for the first time and does not succumb to these threats, states the representative of the German Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Christian Wagner.

"We have heard such statements before. We do not succumb to such intimidation. And the formulations of the Russian side speak for themselves," Wagner says.

In turn, the official spokesperson for the German government, Wolfgang Büchner, describes the words of the Russian Foreign Ministry representative as absurd.

What Russia said

Earlier, the official spokesperson for the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Maria Zakharova, stated on the sidelines of the World Festival of Youth that intercepted negotiations of German officers showed the "incompleteness of denazification" in Germany.

"They, as we now understand, have not been completely denazified," she said.

According to her, "if this process is not stopped," it will lead to "terrible consequences for Germany."

Threats to Western countries from Russia

Recently, dictator Vladimir Putin began to boast about the weapons Russia possesses, including missiles capable of carrying a nuclear charge. He threatened to "demonstrate" intercontinental ballistic missiles Sarmat, which allegedly can fly 18 thousand kilometers.

The US State Department said that the US had already warned Russia about the consequences of using nuclear weapons. Threats from Russian dictator Vladimir Putin are irresponsible.

And Polish Foreign Minister Radosław Sikorski said that Putin's threats to European countries were absolutely serious. Iskander missiles can reach as far as Berlin. Therefore, Western allies must increase assistance to Ukraine.