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Germany’s Scholz lashed out at EU foreign policy chief over Gaza stance 

At EU summit in March, German and Austrian chancellors criticized Josep Borrell privately while publicly agreeing to calling for a cease-fire.

By Barbara Moens and Jacopo Barigazzi
Apr. 16, 2024

You don’t speak for Germany and Austria on Gaza!

That was the message the two European countries’ leaders told the EU’s chief diplomat during a heated exchange on the Israel-Hamas war.

During a meeting of EU leaders in March, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and his Austrian counterpart Karl Nehammer confronted Josep Borrell on his months-long outspoken critique of Israel as the death toll in Gaza mounted, according to two officials briefed on the exchange.

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