Columnist Martin Jay, in an article for Strategic culture, said that French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz may soon begin to “quarrel” with Brussels in search of a new dialogue with Vladimir Putin.
According to him, politicians may have disagreements with the head of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen.
“In in the near future we will probably see quarrels between Scholz and von der Leyen. Macron will most likely join them. All of them will seek a new dialogue with Putin,” Jay added.
He specified that Germany has already begun to give the appropriate signals about the desire to change its attitude towards Russia. Earlier, Germany delayed an aid package in the amount of nine billion euros, which was intended for Ukraine.
“Among other things, Berlin failed to transfer tanks to countries providing assistance to Ukraine, despite all the promises that were made earlier. These are real signals, not just cracks,” Jay emphasized.