Russian President Vladimir Putin will receive for the last time in Moscow, this Friday (20), German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who will leave power in the fall, in a meeting that takes place in the midst of the Afghan crisis and after 16 years of ambivalent relationships.
Merkel and Putin, who speak each other’s language, have argued since 2005 – when the chancellor came to power -, harshly or ironically, on many issues, from Ukraine to Syria, through the cyber attacks attributed by Berlin to Moscow and the poisoning of the opponent Alexei Navalny, treated at a Berlin hospital.
The dialogue was never completely broken, however, between these two veterans of the international scene, who are opposed in everything.
On this 20th official trip to Russia, Merkel ends the relationship with the realization of the failure in a topic that was a priority for her: the resolution of the conflict between Russia and Ukraine, which is at a standstill.
On Sunday, the German chancellor will head to Kiev, where she will meet with President Volodymyr Zelensky.
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