Italian PM Mateo Renzi tells Germany to mind its own business

1 May 2016
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Italian PM Mateo Renzi unleashed some tough criticism against Austria and Germany, during an interview on Italian TV. Renzi blasted the head of the German central bank ‘Deutsche Bundesbank’, Jens Weidmann, underlining that the ‘time they were lecturing us us is over’. ‘The director has so many problems to be concerned with. The less he is concerned with Italy the better’, he said in in a strict tone. The Italian PM also used harsh words against Austria for its decision to reinforce the Brenner pass between Italy and Austria to prevent refugees from entering Austria. ‘Austria is employing propaganda. They are continuing a communication campaign, because the are doing nothing specific’, he said.

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