Germany’s foreign minister said relations with Washington won’t be boosted by Donald Trump leaving office. The US president has sunk transatlantic ties, most recently over defense spending and the Nord Stream 2 pipeline.
According to German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas, current tensions between Germany and the United States wouldn’t be resolved by US President Donald Trump failing to win reelection.
“Everyone who thinks everything in the trans-Atlantic partnership will be as it once was with a Democratic president underestimates the structural changes,” Maas said in an interview the German press agency DPA published on Sunday. “The trans-Atlantic relations are extraordinarily important, they remain important, and we are working to ensure they have a future,” Maas continued. “But with the way they are now, they are no longer fulfilling the demands both sides have for them.” Läs artikel