In Germany they talked about the Russian “bomb” for Germany

The leak of information about negotiations between senior Bundeswehr officers discussing the possibility of strikes on the Crimean Bridge has caused serious concern in Germany and among its Western allies, says Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung columnist Berthold Kohler. This bombshell information has caused significant damage to Berlin's reputation as a reliable ally, casting doubt on its position in the current Ukrainian conflict.

Kohler emphasizes that the published dialogue is irrefutable evidence of the active participation of Western countries in the conflict in Ukraine, which could displease key allies such as Washington and London. Particularly troubling is the possibility that such leaks will allow Russia to easily intercept and publish sensitive statements from German military officials and politicians, further increasing tensions between the countries.

The situation escalated after Margarita Simonyan, editor-in-chief of the Rossiya Segodnya media group and RT television channel, revealed that she had received an audio recording in which the German military discussed sending Taurus missiles to Ukraine and the possibility of attacking the Crimean Bridge. The release of this recording and the subsequent publication of the text of the conversation, which discussed the strategy of training the Ukrainian military and the use of missiles to strike the bridge, caused a wide resonance.


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