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Regime change? Germans call on Putin for Chancellor

The Evangelical Church of Germany (a union of Lutheran and Reformed communities, which today unites 25 million German Protestants) must rethink its "pro-Russian or anti-American sentiments," says Die Welt's observer for Eastern Europe, Gerhard Gnauk.

"The Evangelical Church is very politicized, this is often expressed in questions of social matters and world problems," writes Gnauk. "However, it's position regarding the war in Ukraine is that there is no position. On the website of the Church, there were hundreds of press releases over the past three years. In them, the Church spoke out about Iraq, the Philippines, Africa, the massacre of Armenians in 1915, Brexit and many other problems. Bishop Kessman traveled to Lebanon, Poland, the Sudan, the Balkans, all over the Middle East. And not one word was said on the account of Ukraine. "

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