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How are relations between Germany and Russia today?

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Submitted : 2018-02-26 00:06:14    Popularity:     

Tags: Germany  relations  today  Russia  

Of course bad and stressful relationship good Not especially good. Putin tried to rig or influence the election to oust Merkel like he did for

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Of course bad and stressful relationship

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Not especially good. Putin tried to rig or influence the election to oust Merkel like he did for Trump/Clinton. This has failed everywhere else they tried it besides America.

Germany relies on Russian gas to heat most of the population that kind of thing colours a relationship. Bit like goldigger/sugar-daddy.

Upset. Very upset. They've been cooped up in the van all day after the breakdown and there's no sign of the mechanic yet. It'll all end in tears... just wait and see.

Professionally civil, but not what you'd call warm. Germany sees Russia as a failing democracy and aggressive quasi-mafia state, but they need Russian trade and Russian energy supplies to keep Germany running. Germany supported and continues to support sanctions on the Russian economy in the wake of Crimea even though it has been hurting the German economy to do so.

Wary, suspicious, but ok/ fair, especially in business/ trade/ banking. The 2 countries were traditional enemies for centuries and definite enemies for 85 years (1905-1991). But, that period ended (1991), 27 years ago. Since then, Germany is blocked from any better than 'ok' relations with Russia by eternally Russian hating US politicians (Germany's biggest ally), who 27 years after the Cold War ended block all countries from ever being close to or friends with Russia.

Putin's relations with former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, former German Chancellor Gerhard Schröder, former French Presidents Jacques Chirac, and Nicolas Sarkozy and Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi were reported to be personally friendly. Putin's "cooler" and "more business-like" relationship with Germany's subsequent Chancellor, Angela Merkel is often attributed to Merkel's upbringing in the former DDR, where Putin was stationed when he was a KGB agent.

Russia is doing poorly compared to Germany in economics. Relations aren't that good, but the two are allies in most respects.

very good they do lots of business together energy supplies and such are thriving and Germany is doing very well in China too they have always been a powerhouse and have stuck to it they deserve their success the glint of gold is where it should be at the end not first



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