BERLIN — Alexei Navalny’s family might be counting on Germans to save the Russian opposition leader’s life. But if they’re expecting justice, they’ve come to the wrong place.
As Navalny lay in a coma at Berlin’s Charité hospital on Friday, Angela Merkel held court in front of the press corps just around the corner, reflecting on her strategy toward Russia over the years.
“I don’t think we need to change the policy on Russia,” the German leader said. “This is something we see as a continuous line.”
Critics of the chancellor say that continuity is exactly the problem. In the face of countless …read more
Source:: European Voice