German Foreign Minister Annalena Burbock said that the German Cabinet wants stable relations with Russia, TASS writes.
She stressed that during the talks in Moscow, she would need to outline her position. Both countries have a long list of topics to discuss, including science, culture, trade, renewable energy and the fight against climate change.
“Cooperation between civil society is especially important for us. I also want to talk to my Russian colleague about these opportunities and how we can create conditions for them to be used more effectively,” Burbock added.
Also, according to her, the German Cabinet is ready for a serious dialogue with Russia on security in Europe, but will not deviate from the basic principles of the Helsinki Accords.
Recall earlier, German Defense Minister Christine Lambrecht called the red line the demand of the Russian Federation on the non-expansion of NATO to the east. Lambrecht said Russia does not have a veto over matters relating to the alliance.