Russia’s first “Russian” and “German” newspaper has run a series of stories about their country’s “unusual” relationship with Germany.
The daily RFE/RL said in a recent edition that the two nations have always had a “very, very strange” relationship, but it said there was a “new development” in recent years, which the authors said could be related to a “routine” exchange of intelligence information.
The RFE said that in December 2017, a German intelligence officer was caught on camera allegedly stealing a Russian spy ring’s satellite navigation data, and then allegedly shooting and killing the officer.
He allegedly shot and killed the officer after his colleague told him to leave the office.RFE/RUNAWAY: Russia’s RFE-RL has run several stories about its “uncommon” relationship https://t.co/jWqyq0bK7Dpic.twitter.com/bxU0l3d3Wg — RFE / RT (@reuters) January 19, 2021Russian President Vladimir Putin, right, and German Chancellor Angela Merkel hold a joint news conference after a meeting in Berlin.
The two leaders also discussed the ongoing fight against terrorism, the war in Afghanistan, the economic situation and the crisis in Ukraine.
In the latest story, published in the same month, the paper said a Russian official told German authorities that a Russian citizen was involved in an incident on January 9 that left three people dead.
The paper said the Russian intelligence officer, a soldier who had been deployed to Germany, was allegedly shot dead in the street by German police after being confronted by a German police officer in the city of Wiesbaden.
The report added that a German court has ordered an investigation into the incident.RUGBY LEAGUE: Russia is the second-biggest economy in the world and hosts about half the world’s population.
In January, the RFE named Russia as one of the most dangerous countries for international journalists, citing reports that Russian soldiers killed six journalists in Ukraine in 2017.
Ahead of a meeting between Putin and Merkel in Berlin on January 21, the two leaders were expected to discuss a number of issues, including the Ukraine crisis and the migrant crisis.
“A common concern is that we can’t talk about this stuff in Russia.
It’s not a topic that’s worth talking about,” Putin said, according to the RTR.
German Chancellor Angela Macron and Russian President Vladimir Puchkov attend a news conference on a nuclear deal between Russia and the United States in Berlin, Germany, April 19, 2018.
The Russian leader said he had met Merkel for the first time in four years, and the two agreed to hold a meeting to talk about the war against terrorism.
The head of the German intelligence service told the German daily Der Spiegel that the Russian spy was responsible for the killing of the police officer, but the officer was “a highly respected member of the intelligence services”.
In the second part of the report, the Russian state broadcaster Rossiya Segodnya said that on the day of the incident, Russian soldiers surrounded a building where the German spy had lived and shot him in the head.
The spy was also allegedly responsible for an attack in which the Russian army used a bomb to blow up a house, the report said.
The journalist, named as Felix Dzerzhinsky, was in a group of journalists with the journalist and a German colleague, a woman named Maria.
They were killed in the blast, the station said.
Russia’s first RFE Russian newspaper has published a series in the past two months on the “rampant rivalry” between the two countries.
The newspaper reported on a video showing German and Russian soldiers exchanging gunfire after an alleged attack on the German newspaper, Der Spiegel, and an unnamed German military officer.
The article said that the incident took place on January 10 in the western German city of Hamburg, and that the journalist was killed by the German soldiers.
In another case, a Russian soldier was reported to have killed a German man, after the Russian commander ordered the soldier to shoot a Russian civilian who was driving through a residential street in Hamburg.
In November, a video appeared on YouTube showing the killing by Russian forces of two unarmed German civilians.
In March, Russian troops opened fire on a convoy of convoys carrying humanitarian aid bound for Aleppo in eastern Syria, killing five people.
Russian President Vladislav Surkov and German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier met at the Kremlin on March 19 to discuss the crisis.
Steinmeier said at the time that Russia was trying to “create an atmosphere of fear in the West” by attacking humanitarian convoys, and said Moscow had a responsibility to “protect the rights of people in Aleppo”.
“We can’t let this happen.
There are many signs that this is a dangerous moment for the international community,” he said.
In December, a court in the