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Germany denies Boris Johnson’s comments on pre-war Ukraine

Germany has dismissed Boris Johnson’s comments that Berlin said Ukraine was better off giving in to Russia than embarking on a long war.

Interviewed by CNN, the former prime minister also claimed Emmanuel Macron had completely denied the Russian threat, while Italy was unable to intervene because of its dependence on Russian hydrocarbons.

However, a spokesman for Chancellor Olaf Scholz rejected all of Johnson’s statements.

He said: “We know that the highly entertaining former Prime Minister still has a unique relationship with the truth; this case is no exception. »

Johnson’s comments echo those of Andriy Melnyk, the former Ukrainian ambassador to Germany, who was told there was no point in supplying arms to Ukraine because they would lose within days.

He tweeted: “On February 14 we warned German politicians: ‘Kyiv could be bombed in the next few days! We urgently need 12,000 anti-tank missiles from Germany.’ Answer: only mockery. How sad. So angry. »

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