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Senior German officers on the phone talk about a possible attack on the Crimean bridge

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Senior German officers on the phone talk about a possible attack on the Crimean bridge

Russian media published the 38-minute recording of a call in which German Bundeswehr officers are heard discussing Taurus missiles to be delivered to Ukraine and a potential Kiev attack on the Crimean bridge. Germany confirmed the interception on Saturday and announced the opening of an investigation. The two identified military personnel are said to be the commander of the German Air Force, Ingo Gerharz, and the head of the operations and exercises department of the German Air Force Graefe. «We can ask at this stage, until they are fully trained, we can ask the British to take matters into their own hands, but I don’t think that an attempt at an interim solution, imagine the press if we had our own in Schrobenhausen or if if we passed through Poland by car, it is not an acceptable solution”, says one of the officers. «We can turn it another way and say that if there is a political will, first we have to say that someone from Ukraine has to come here and if the political demand is no longer direct involvement in mission planning, then it has to be clear that training takes a little longer, the complexity, and the probability of mission success also decreases but it is not impossible either. However, we have gained some experience in this, also in the use of technologies. Then we need to see if the specification is that there is no direct involvement and we cannot do the planning in Dussel and send it to him. I can only imagine that this is a red line for Germany. It must be clear that you need to train a little more and then it takes a couple of months but you can’t do everything but it’s not like saying you can’t do anything either”, replies the other soldier.

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March 4, 2024

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