Reznikov: If Germany doesn’t change its position on repelling Russia’s aggression, Berlin will have to deal with problem of GDR

If Germany does not change its position on repelling Russian aggression, the federal government will have to deal not with the problems of the ORDLO [temporarily occupied Donetsk and Lugansk oblasts] or Crimea occupied by Russia, but with the problem of the German Democratic Republic (GDR), Ukrainian Defense Minister Oleksiy Reznikov said.

“We really appreciate Germany’s help in treating our wounded soldiers, Ukraine has many friends in Germany, and we are grateful for this support, but we do not perceive the official position regarding the supply of weapons and other decisions that undermine the security of Europe and de facto encourage the aggressor. We draw the attention of our partners to the fact that our predictions about the Kremlin are coming true, and we understand them even better. If Germany does not change its position on repelling Russian aggression, the federal government will have to deal not with the problems of the ORDLO or Crimea occupied by Russia, but with the problem of the German Democratic Republic, and this is not an exaggeration,” Reznikov said….

He stressed that this is not an exaggeration, since “the restoration of the GDR is a logical continuation of the Russian demands that have already been stated.”