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    German Foreign Ministry declares openness to dialogue with Russia

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    Post by Rocky Mon 02 Apr 2018, 2:29 am


    German Foreign Ministry declares openness to dialogue with Russia

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    German Foreign Minister Haiku Mas said Sunday that his country would remain open to dialogue with Russia and hoped to be able to "rebuild confidence" in the future despite tensions escalating following a wave of expulsion of diplomats over the poisoning of former spy Sergey Scrippal.
    "Russia's behavior in recent years has undoubtedly caused a lot of loss of confidence," the German foreign minister said in an interview with the daily Bild am Sonntag.
    "At the same time, we need Russia as a partner to settle regional disputes, disarmament and an important pillar of the multilateral system," he said.
    "That's why we are open to dialogue and we hope to rebuild confidence little by little if Russia is ready for it," he said.
    Mas's comments came after his country joined the United States and a number of Western countries that expelled a number of Russian diplomats on the back of a nerve gas attack on the former Russian client and his daughter Yulia in Britain.
    Britain said Moscow was "probably" behind the March 4 attack on the former Russian client and his daughter, who are still in hospital.
    Moscow has strongly denied the charges and responded to the expulsions in accordance with the principle of reciprocity in a major escalation of the crisis. End 25 n


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