the nuclear agreement, cars, Afghanistan - just three of the topics that Chancellor Merkel addressed the Munich security conference. All of the above carried it with ease.
At the end of many of the guests of the Munich security conference stood up and applauded. German Chancellor Angela Merkel held a speech, the many surprised. A Tour through various topics of foreign policy. With ease the things delivered, not accusatory, and open to calling, the have to clarify to the Europeans and Germany with the Americans.
Angela Merkel warned of a collapse of the international structures.
The post-war order, in which global cooperation for decades, have oriented, is incredibly under pressure, said Merkel. This procedure needed to be reformed. And the Chancellor to handle a quote of a Republican politician Lindsey Graham, who had traveled to Munich and yesterday said that he had told President Donald Trump, the multilateralism, which, although complicated, but it's better than to run alone.< p > number of differences
However, on the way to Commonality, there are first differences. For example, the nuclear agreement with Iran. The Europeans and Germany were the Americans agreed to put Iran under pressure. However, the Americans accuse Europeans of the sanctions and pressure on Tehran to weaken. The Europeans argue that the nuclear agreement was an effective tool, although not perfect, but still.
Merkel spoke out against punitive tariffs on German cars. The us Department of Commerce forecast, European cars were a threat to the national security of the United States of America. The CDU-politician said: "Look, we are proud of our cars. The we must also."
Merkel at MSC: "Need to think in terms of networked structures"
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