‘Utter nonsense’: Germany rejects Boris Johnson’s claim Berlin wanted Ukraine to fold

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‘utter nonsense’: germany rejects boris johnson's claim berlin wanted ukraine to fold

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A German government spokesperson, Steffen Hebestreit, rejected Boris Johnson’s claim that Berlin wanted Ukraine to fold and give in to Russia. Hebestreit told reporters: ‘I’m tempted to switch to English and say it’s “utter nonsense” what Boris Johnson said.’ Taking a swipe at the former prime minister, he added that Johnson has his ‘own relationship with the truth’

Germany rejects Boris Johnson’s claims it said Ukraine should fold to Russia

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