Chancellor of Germany Olaf Scholz, speaking in Munich, addressed supporters of the far-right party Alternative for Germany, who oppose military assistance to Ukraine, calling them “fallen angels from hell.” This is reported Spiegel.
Journalists publish a video from Munich’s Marienplatz, where Scholz spoke. They show how ADN fans are trying to disrupt the chancellor’s speech by arranging “contractions” nearby.
“Telling Ukrainians that they just have to let their country be taken over has nothing to do with pacifism. Those who came to the square as ‘doves of peace’ are actually ‘fallen angels from hell’ protecting the warmonger Vladimir Putin “, Scholz turned to them.
At the same time, there were many people among the crowd who brought Ukrainian flags with them and advocated further support for Ukraine.
Scholz began his speech by explaining Berlin’s policy of a full-scale Russian invasion of Ukraine, including the supply of weapons. He called correct the fact that Germany, along with a number of other states, supports Ukraine against the imperialist attack.
“It also implies that we are supplying weapons,” he added, stressing that at the same time, NATO states are doing everything to prevent a direct escalation with Russia.
- Germany has so far denied the possibility of supplying Taurus missiles to Ukraine.
- The German defense concern Rheinmetall has confirmed the transfer of the latest Luna NG reconnaissance drones to Ukraine. LIGA.net wrote about their characteristics here.
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