Broadcast|Austrian Chancellor Is Pessimistic About Resolving Russia-Ukraine Conflict; Putin Has Entered “War Logic”

Broadcast|Austrian Chancellor Is Pessimistic About Resolving Russia-Ukraine Conflict; Putin Has Entered “War Logic”

After talking with Russian President Vladimir Putin on the 11th, Austrian Prime Minister Karl Nehammer said that Putin’s “war logic” was pessimistic, and he described the process of talks with Putin as very difficult.
Austrian Chancellor: Putin ‘Believes He is Winning the War’

Austrian Chancellor: Putin ‘Believes He is Winning the War’

Austrian Chancellor Karl Nehammer said in an interview with NBC's "Meet the Press" that the Russian President "believes he is winning the war" almost two months after Russia invaded Ukraine. Nehammer said Putin told him that the war was "necessary" despite the impact of Western sanctions.
Austrian Chancellor Is Pessimistic About Resolving Russia-Ukraine Conflict; Putin Has Entered “War Logic”

Austrian Chancellor Is Pessimistic About Resolving Russia-Ukraine Conflict; Putin Has Entered “War Logic”

Follow NFSC News on Gettr | Gnews on Gettr Translated by : MOS Education Team – Winsun G. After talking with Russian President Vladimir Putin on the 11th, Austrian Prime Minister Karl Nehammer said that Putin’s “war logic” was pessimistic, and he described the process of talks with Putin as very difficult. “We should not have any illusions; Putin
Austrian Chancellor ‘Pessimistic’ with Putin’s ‘War Logic’

Austrian Chancellor ‘Pessimistic’ with Putin’s ‘War Logic’

Austrian Chancellor Karl Nehammer visited Moscow and held talks with Putin on April 11th. Nehammer was "pessimistic" about Putin's "war logic". Nehammer described the conversation as direct, open and hard. “We should not have any illusions that Putin has entered into the logic of self-war and he is taking action” in the hope that a swift military action will be successful. The Russian side has no interest in a direct meeting with Zelensky.
Austrian Chancellor Goes to Moscow to Meet Putin, Calling for a Ceasefire

Austrian Chancellor Goes to Moscow to Meet Putin, Calling for a Ceasefire

As expected, Nehammer's talk with Putin outside of Moscow on April 11 confronted Putin "with the facts" but didn't change Putin's view of the war. It was the first time that a European leader met with Putin since the outbreak of the Russia-Ukraine war.
Zelenskyy Urges Importance of Leaders Visiting Ukraine During Meeting With Austrian Chancellor

Zelenskyy Urges Importance of Leaders Visiting Ukraine During Meeting With Austrian Chancellor

04/09/2022 Zelenskyy urges importance of leaders visiting Ukraine during meeting with Austrian Chancellor
Germany and Austria Begin To Ease Epidemic Prevention Restrictions

Germany and Austria Begin To Ease Epidemic Prevention Restrictions

02/16/2022 German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, Berlin Mayor Fraziska Giffer, and Austrian Chancellor Karl Nehammar, and Austrian Health Minister Wolfgang Muckstein made remarks indicating relaxation of epidemic prevention restrictions
Broadcast|Austrian Chancellor Tests Positive for Covid-19 After Three Doses Of Covid-19 Vaccination

Broadcast|Austrian Chancellor Tests Positive for Covid-19 After Three Doses Of Covid-19 Vaccination

On January 8, local time, the Austrian Chancellery announced that Chancellor Nehammer has tested positive for Covid-19 (aka the Chinese Communist Party virus) and is currently in self-isolation.
Austrian Chancellor Tests Positive for Covid-19 After Three Doses Of Covid-19 Vaccination

Austrian Chancellor Tests Positive for Covid-19 After Three Doses Of Covid-19 Vaccination

On January 8, local time, the Austrian Chancellery announced that Chancellor Nehammer has tested positive for Covid-19 (aka the Chinese Communist Party virus) and is currently in self-isolation.
Austrian Chancellor Tests Positive for COVID-19 Even After Three Vaccine Shots

Austrian Chancellor Tests Positive for COVID-19 Even After Three Vaccine Shots

The Austrian Chancellery said on the 7th that Chancellor Karl Nehammer had been tested positive for COVID-19 (the CCP virus) and is currently in self-isolation with no serious symptoms for the time being.