Moscow, Berlin willing to work out common status: Geza Andreas

Moscow/Berlin: Despite the complexities of relations, German Ambassador in Moscow Geza Andreas von Geyr stated on Wednesday that there are signals from Berlin and Moscow that both sides are willing to work out shared views.

"We all know that relations between our countries on central political issues are quite complex," the diplomat said at the Russian-German cross-year forum. "Our governments on important political issues adhere to opposite positions, which are clearly indicated, and it will take a long time before we find a common position."

There are signals from Moscow and Berlin, according to von Geyr, that "testify to the openness and readiness to address global problems and difficulties, to devise collaborative approaches, which is already being done."  This is reflected in the new coalition agreement on the German side, the envoy stated.

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