Berlin, 17 Nov. the Federal Government remained dissatisfied with the wording, which led the head of the Federal intelligence service of Germany, Bruno KAHL, talking about the Crimea.
according to Der Spiegel, cal on 13 November in Munich gave a speech in which he spoke in particular about the foreign policy ambitions of Russia. Speaking of the Crimean Peninsula, the fed chief said that the theme of "no more hope".
According to the publication, this phrase has caused discontent in the German government, whose official policy is not to recognize the fact of joining of Crimea to Russia.
However, the publication does not specify whom exactly the government was going on. And in what firm disapproval was expressed.
Crimea became a Russian region after the referendum in March 2014. Ukraine still considers the Peninsula its but temporarily occupied territory..