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Moscow is satisfied with the German government reply to an inquiry recently made on the Kaliningrad Region by the CDU/CSU group in the Bundestag
Russia's Ministry of Foreign Affairs press and information department comments the matter on its website. "The CDU/CSU parliamentary inquiry was certainly shocking. The content of the German government reply to it satisfies us. In correct wording, the reply, in fact, rejects attempts by the inquirers to ignore historically established international legal reality and the outcome of postwar European settlement," says the commentary. The Bundestag CDU/CSU group forwarded an inquiry to the federal government about "The Economic Future of the Konigsberg Region Following European Union Enlargement". The parliamentarians called to establish a regional entity within the geographic boundaries of what once was East Prussia. As they see it, the entity ought to comprise the Kaliningrad Region and adjacent areas of the neighbouring countries. "The German government keeps de facto aloof to, in particular, 'ideas unknown to it' to establish, on the Kaliningrad Region's basis, a certain European entity to be named 'Prussia' within the geographic boundaries of former East Prussia or to separate the area from the Russian legal and customs environment. "We certainly approve the stance that is in keeping with common efforts by the two countries toward further progress of goodneighbourly bilateral contacts and strategic partnership," says the commentary. The CDU/CSU parliamentary inquiry blatantly clashes with policies pursued on the Russian and German top, the Foreign Ministry pointed out on previous occasions.
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