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Merkel says she doesn't blame herself for not trying hard enough for Ukraine

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Angela Merkel defends her diplomatic legacy as German chancellor. Merkel rejects accusations that her policies were indirectly to blame for Russia's attack on Ukraine. Merkel argued that Russian President Vladimir Putin would have fully invaded his neighboring country much earlier if she and other allies had not taken controversial decisions.
2 months ago·Berlin, Germany

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Times of India

Merkel defends Russia legacy, says 'nothing to apologise for'

Europe News: FRANKFURT: Former German chancellor Angela Merkel on Tuesday defended her years-long policy of detente towards Moscow, saying she had "nothing to apol.

2 months ago·Mumbai, India
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BBC News

Ukraine war: Angela Merkel defends her record on Putin

Her approach has been criticised but she said she had "nothing to apologise for".

2 months ago·United Kingdom
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Reuters

Merkel says she doesn't blame herself for not trying hard enough for Ukraine

Former German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Tuesday that she tried hard when she was in office to prevent the situation in Ukraine from developing to the current state, adding that she does not blame herself for not trying hard enough.

2 months ago·United Kingdom
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The Independent

No apologies: Germany's Merkel defends approach to Ukraine

Former German Chancellor Angela Merkel has defended her approach to Ukraine and Russia during her 16 years as leader of Germany

2 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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NDTV

"No Apologies": Ex-German Chancellor Defends Her Russia Policy Amid War

Former German chancellor Angela Merkel on Tuesday defended her years-long policy of detente towards Moscow, saying she had "nothing to apologise for" even as the Ukraine war casts a pall on her legacy.

2 months ago·New Delhi, India
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Daily Express

'Nothing to apologise for!' Angela Merkel defends record on Putin in face of Ukraine war

ANGELA MERKEL has defended her record on dealing with Vladimir Putin in her first interview on the subject since the invasion of Ukraine.

2 months ago·United Kingdom
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