Scholz gives ‘guarantee’ Germany won’t be party to war in Ukraine

Germany will not be part of the war in Ukraine

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz has tried to reassure citizens that Germany will not become a party to the war in Ukraine by continuing to support Kyiv in the fight against Russian forces.
Federal Chancellor Olaf Scholz participates in a government questioning session in the German Bundestag. Photo: Michael Kappeler/dpa
“Yes, I give this guarantee,” he said in response to a question in the Bundestag parliament on Wednesday, echoing comments he had made before. “That's what I stand for as chancellor.”Russian President Vladimir Putin has, however, long regarded Germany and the Western military alliance NATO as parties to the war.

Scholz rejected the idea that there should be a ceasefire in Ukraine on Russian terms.

“In my view, a ceasefire that involves Ukraine surrendering is something that we, as Germany, should never support.”

The chancellor said that this was not an abstract question, “as you can see from this strange peace offer from Mr Putin.”

“He has said that he is prepared to agree to a ceasefire if Ukraine also gives him more annexations for free, so to speak.”

This shows that Putin has no intention of ending the war, Scholz said.

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