Olaf Scholz: Good relations with partners key for global peace | DW News Interview

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Germany and its partners don’t accept Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Chancellor Olaf Scholz has told DW in an exclusive interview during his first trip to Africa since taking office. He says upholding good relations with global democracies will be key to cope with current and future challenges.

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