Germany’s ambassador to the EU demands guidance from Berlin

According to information obtained by Europe.Table, German EU Ambassador Michael Clauß has written an “urgent letter” to the German government, calling for better coordination between the federal ministries and the Chancellery on EU dossiers. Information from EU diplomats says the letter was sent as a “diplomatic cable” to numerous recipients in Berlin. The Foreign Office and the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action are reportedly among them.

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