The head of the foreign Ministry of Ukraine said Schroeder to insult the Ambassador
The Minister of foreign Affairs of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba stood up for the country's Ambassador in Berlin by Andrew Miller after the former German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder called him "dwarf."
"It's a sign of weakness when you have to use such language instead of arguments" - said Kuleba in an interview with Bild.
He added that the support of the Ambassador, who, in his opinion, "defended the truth" about the role of Schroeder in Russia.
Previously, Schroeder said that sanctions against Russia are meaningless, as they are not able to force her to anything, and no matter what Russian President of Crimea not part of Ukraine. In response, Miller criticized the former Chancellor added that the Peninsula is part of Ukraine during the life of the shredder.
Later in the podcast "Die Agenda" Schroeder drew attention to what he said about the futility of sanctions. However, he wondered why he criticizes "some midget from the Ukraine."