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Schultz does not expect any of his other ministers "Open Pandora’s Box"


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Berlin, February 2 – German Chancellor Olaf Scholz said that despite all the antics of his ministers, he slept well and did not expect anyone else from his government to “open Pandora’s box.”
Schultz met Thursday evening with his compatriots in the German city of Marburg, in the state of Hesse. One of the participants in the meeting asked the chancellor a question about the fact that the German government “will not calm down”: Defense Minister Christine Lambrecht resigned, then German Foreign Minister Analina Borbock’s statements about the “war against Russia”, which are misleading, and now also the desire of the Minister of the Interior, Nancy Feather, to The struggle for the premiership in Hesse. The man would like to know if Schultz wonders in the morning when he gets up which of his ministers will open Pandora’s Box this time.
He added that Germany now faces difficult challenges in which it needs good people. Chancellor Boris Pistorius said[وزير الدفاع الألماني ، الذي تولى المنصب من لامبرخت بعد استقالتها]Great, he will handle his tasks, he has a lot of experience… That’s good for the Bundeswehr.”

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He also indicated that Feather considers his Home Secretary a professional and does his job well. According to him, he can understand those who would like to see her as prime minister in Hesse, “she will do everything every day to fulfill her duties.”
The German chancellor plans to visit all 16 federal states of Germany during a series of dialogues with her compatriots. The first of these meetings took place already in the summer of 2022 in Lübeck (Schleswig-Holstein), and then in Magdeburg (Saxony-Anhalt). In September, Schultz’s dialogue with other compatriots took place in Essen (North Rhine-Westphalia), in November – in Gifhorn (Lower Saxony). The February meeting in Marburg was the fifth in a row. Dialogues between the chancellor and the citizens usually take place in the form of a town meeting.

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