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BERLIN, March 12. /ITAR-TASS/. The current situation in Ukraine as it is, Germany’s government “leaves open” the question whether German-Russian intergovernmental consultations at the highest level will take place in April this year, Deputy Government Spokeswoman Christiane Wirtz said in Berlin on Wednesday.
Wirtz said she “cannot make further comments” on the bilateral consultations, which were due to be held in Germany.
Russian-German intergovernmental consultations are held annually either in Russia or in Germany. In November 2012, they took place in Moscow.