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Europe · Berlin

Germany is keen to pursue gas projects with Senegal, says Scholz on first African tour

60% Center coverage: 20 sources
Germany wants to reduce its reliance on Russia for gas. Chancellor Olaf Scholz is on a three-day tour of Africa. He met with Senegalese President Macky Sall in Dakar. Sall said many African countries did not want to take sides in the Ukraine war.See the Story
Europe · Berlin

Germany, India sign $10.5B green development deal

46% Left coverage: 11 sources
The accords were signed during a visit to Berlin by India's Prime Minister, Narendra Modi. Germany Chancellor Olaf Scholz is seeking to elicit India's support for the tough stance taken by Europe and the United States toward Russia over the war in Ukraine. Modi reiterated his call to both Russia and Ukraine to end the fighting.See the Story
Europe · Berlin

Scholz defends Germany's caution on sending heavy arms to Ukraine

50% Right coverage: 6 sources
Chancellor Olaf Scholz lashed out at German intellectuals who urged him not to send heavy weapons to Ukraine. The open letter was signed by more than 20 prominent figures from academia, culture and journalism. The signatories included author Martin Walser, journalist and feminist Alice Schwarzer and Green politician Antje Vollmer. The letter has gathered about 120,000 supporters online.See the Story
Europe · Berlin

Germany's Scholz says Putin won't win war

56% Right coverage: 9 sources
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.See the Story
Olaf Scholz · Germany

PM Modi arrives in Germany on first leg of three-nation Europe trip

50% Right coverage: 6 sources
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has reached Berlin, Capital of Germany on the first leg of his official visit to three European nations. He will next visit Denmark and France during his three-day tour. The Prime Minister would be taking part in various programmes including bilateral and multilateral engagements. Mr Modi expressed confidence that this visit will boost the friendship between India and Germany.See the Story
Europe · Berlin

Sanctions will not be lifted until Russia signs peace deal with Ukraine -Germany's Scholz

Coverage: 5 sources
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz says sanctions will not be lifted until Ukraine agrees peace. He said Russian President Vladimir Putin had miscalculated his operation in Ukraine. He added that he had no plans to visit Kyiv after a planned trip by President Frank-Walter Steinmeier was dropped.See the Story
Europe · New Delhi

PM Modi holds bilateral talks with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz

44% Left coverage: 9 sources
Modi in a statement said that his visit to Berlin will be an opportunity to hold detailed bilateral discussions with Chancellor Scholz, whom he met at G20 last year. He will co-chair the 6th India-Germany Inter-Governmental Consultations. Several Indian ministers will also travel to Germany and hold consultations.See the Story
Europe · Berlin

German chancellor says world at ‘turning point’ amid war in Ukraine

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz called Russia’s invasion of Ukraine a “turning point” for the world on Thursday, accusing Russian Vladimir Putin of trying to upend the system of international coopera…See the Story
Olaf Scholz · Ukraine

Scholz in Davos: “Putin has already missed all his strategic goals”

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
The World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos ends this Thursday after four days. The Russian war of aggression in Ukraine has now lasted more than three months. The "brutality of the Russian war" has welded the Ukrainian nation closer together than ever before.See the Story

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