Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock has a favorite word: together. But their understanding of common ground knows gradations. Especially when it concerns Chancellor Olaf Scholz. Why she acts differently than her predecessor Joschka Fischer.
One of Annalena Baerbock’s favorite words is: together. She used it often when she was a chancellor candidate, perhaps also because after her mistakes at the beginning of the election campaign she had become quite lonely at times. As Foreign Minister, she uses the word again frequently, which sometimes leads to strange sentences. She recently said in the “Heute-Journal”: “The Chancellor is traveling to China to make it clear there that logically we can only solve global challenges such as the climate crisis together.”
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