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Angela Merkel's Gonna Shed Some Light on the Situation in Ukraine for Donald Trump


Several Western online sources report that Angela Merkel is willing to tell Donald Trump all the truth about what’s really going on in Ukraine. The thing is that German observers assume that Donald Trump knows relatively little about the situation in Ukraine in general and the East of Ukraine in particular. That’s why they assume that their Chancellor seems to think that it’s now here responsibility as a European leader to shed some light on the situation and help the U.S. President understand the real state of affairs in the region, especially in the Crimea and Donbass.

 

 

 

 
The thing is that European leaders in general and Angela Merkel in particular seem to be concerned about the fact that Donald Trump didn’t criticize Russia and its annexation of Crimea and aggression in Donbass during his election campaign. And even though now he seems to change his mind, it’s unclear for them which are his real thoughts and attitude to the situation.
 
Indeed, now Donald Trump has urged Russia to give the Crimea and Donbass back to Ukraine. On top of that, President Trump starts seeing Russia as a danger in terms of defense since Russia seems to be building its arsenal of weapons. That’s why Angela Merkel wants to meet with Donald Trump to discuss the situation in Ukraine and make sure that the USA and Germany share the same standpoint when it comes to Russia and Ukraine.
 
In case you don’t know, Donald Trump hasn’t still met with neither Putin nor Poroshenko. Apparently, Ukraine and its Western allies want Trump to meet with Poroshenko first. However, there is still no clarity on when those meetings are going to take place.
 
Also, the lower house of the Congress has allocated 150 million dollars for Ukraine on defense needs, including loading up on lethal weapons to resist the Donbass separatists supported by Russia. This bill is yet to be approved by the Senate, which is something that’s very likely to happen, at least nobody questions that. This is the time when we will see Trump’s attitude to Ukraine and Russia. Namely, he can veto the funding, or approve it but without lethal weapons, the way it used to be during Obama’s administration.

 

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