Why Germany is under attack over Russia-Ukraine stand-off

  Germany has offered financial aid to Ukraine in an apparent bid to calm a diplomatic storm triggered by Berlin’s refusal to provide military assistance to deter Russian aggression. * SEE MORE What would a Russian ‘lightning war’ against Ukraine look like? * SEE MORE How far is the UK willing to go to protect Ukraine? * SEE MORE Ukraine’s key lines of defence against Russian invasion Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock said that “economic stabilisation” was “one of the decisive measures” of support that Germany could provide to the war-threatened former Soviet state. “It is important that we especially keep the economic situation in Ukraine in mind,” she told reporters ahead of a meeting of EU foreign ministers in Brussels on Monday. Baerbock added that “we are very closely on Ukraine’s side in terms of both financial and economic support”, but refused to specify what such aid would entail. Friends like these Baerbock’s promise of economic aid came after Kiev Mayor Vitali Klitschko ac .. Full story on theweek.co.uk 

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