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Germany's Scholz says Putin won't win war

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Vladimir Putin will not be allowed to dictate peace in Ukraine, says Olaf Scholz. "Ukraine will not accept that and neither will we," says the German chancellor. Russia's plan to capture all of Ukraine is "further away today" than at the beginning of its invasion.
1 month ago·Berlin, Germany

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Times of India

ukraine: Germany vows Putin 'won't win' Ukraine war as Russians advance

Europe News: KYIV: German Chancellor Olaf Scholz vowed Thursday that Vladimir Putin will neither win the Ukraine war nor dictate the terms for peace, as Russian tr.

1 month ago·Mumbai, India
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Business Standard

We can't let Putin win this war: German Chancellor on Ukraine conflict

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz on Thursday said Russian President Vladimir Putin cannot be allowed to win his war in Ukraine and sought to end any dependence on Russian fuels

1 month ago·India
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Al Arabiya

Putin can’t dictate peace in war he ‘won't win’: Scholz

Russian President Vladimir Putin will not be allowed to dictate peace in a war that he “will not win” in Ukraine, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz said

1 month ago·Saudi Arabia
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Radio Free Europe/ RadioLiberty

Fighting Rages In Ukraine's East; Germany's Scholz Vows Russia Won't Win

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1 month ago·Czechia
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ANSA

Putin won't be allowed to dictate peace: Scholz - Politics - Nuova Europa

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1 month ago·Italy
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The Times of Israel

Germany’s Scholz vows Putin ‘won’t win’ as Zelensky implores West for unlimited aid

Berlin faces accusations from Ukraine that it could do more to help; Russia presses its slow advance into neighbor's east

1 month ago·Jerusalem, Israel
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