Two employees of the German Ministry of Economy and Climate Protection could work for Russia and promote the interests of the aggressor country. This is reported by Die Zeit.
According to the publication, several confidants of the Vice-Chancellor, the Minister of Economy of the Federal Republic of Germany, Robert Habeck, encountered inconsistencies during the study of internal documents regarding "Nord Stream-2", the filling level of gas storages, and in the report on the security of supplies of Germany. They are related to the fact that the arguments in the documents listed above did not reflect the position of the German government, but of Russia.
Habek's proxies have already appealed to Germany's Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution with a request to consider their suspicions.
Die Zeit notes that if the information about the work of high-ranking German officials in the Russian Federation is confirmed, a political scandal will break out in the country. If the suspicions turn out to be false, it will greatly affect Habek's reputation.