Ex-Foreign Minister of Austria Kneisl called the condition for the normalization of relations between Russia and Europe

However, she still thinks that the situation is fixable. The only condition for the implementation of the plan, in her opinion, is the presence of people who will be sincerely interested in this, and also treat each other with respect. .

Ex-Foreign Minister of Austria Kneisl called the cause of the energy crisis in Europe

The energy crisis in Europe began in 2021 and was provoked by European policies. The current problems are a continuation of the consequences of the liberalization of the last 15-18 years, the former Austrian Foreign Minister Karin Kneissl is sure. “We had a crisis in the electric power industry even before the gas crisis began. … Read more

Former Austrian Foreign Minister Kneisl blamed European authorities for the energy crisis

Federal news agency The energy crisis in Europe began long before the special military operation. European politicians provoked it back in 2021, former Austrian Foreign Minister Karin Kneissl said. “We had a crisis in the electric power industry even before the gas crisis began. This is the result of the liberalization of the last 15-18 … Read more

Former Austrian Foreign Minister Kneisl admits the possibility of meeting with Putin at the Eastern Economic Forum

Former Austrian Foreign Minister Karin Kneissl does not yet know if he will meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin. She is currently at the Eastern Economic Forum (EEF) in Vladivostok, where the Russian leader will arrive on September 7. .

Peskov answered a question about the likelihood of Putin meeting with diplomat Kneisl at the EEF-2022

The Eastern Economic Forum is being held in Vladivostok from 5 to 8 September. The diplomat Kneissl also attended the event. The former minister of Austria left Europe because of threats against her. She currently resides in Lebanon. .

Former Austrian Foreign Minister Kneisl says Europe is losing its importance

The countries of Europe are playing an increasingly smaller role in the world, both demographically and politically, while Asia is growing in importance. This opinion was expressed on July 30 by former Austrian Foreign Minister Karin Kneissl in an interview with Asia Times. In her opinion, the leaders of the European Union (EU), due to … Read more

Former Austrian Foreign Minister Kneisl considers Putin’s “Munich speech” prophetic

Moscow, February 10. Russian President Vladimir Putin was right in his words and warnings in the 2007 Munich speech. This opinion was voiced by former Austrian Foreign Minister Karin Kneissl. Exactly 15 years have passed since the speech of the Russian leader at the Munich Security Conference. Then he harshly criticized US foreign policy and … Read more