German foreign minister urges EU to use clear language towards Russia
BERLIN (Reuters) - The European Union needs a common approach when it comes to Russia, but it should never end the dialogue, said Federal Foreign Minister Heiko Maas at a conference in Bratislava.
The EU should speak very clearly when dealing with Russia in cases such as the poisoning of the Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny, but never forget that Russia was needed to solve global crises.
"We have to be able to play hardball, but at the same time we must never allow the dialogue to be stopped," said Maas, according to a translation into English. "We need Russia to resolve the conflicts in Syria, Libya and Ukraine."
(Reporting by Kirsti Knolle; editing by Thomas Seythal)
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