Now the actual mayor is warning European officers and politicians concerning the man pretending to be Klitschko and asking for assist.
– Official calls come solely by means of official channels, he says to the German newspaper Bild.
In addition, he says, no interpreter is required.
– I don’t want anybody who interprets from German and English, he says about Berlin Mayor Franziska Giffey’s data that an interpreter was wanted.
The former skilled boxer Klitschko had for a few years Germany as his base and speaks German fluently.
Giffey and her colleague in Madrid, José Luis Martínez-Almeida, each hung up after sensing bother. However, Vienna’s Michael Ludwig, who didn’t discover something suspicious with the dialog, didn’t, reviews the Austrian ORF.
“Since the conversation did not deal with any heavy topics, it is all a bit annoying, but it does not pose a major problem,” Ludwig’s spokesperson wrote in an announcement to ORF.
Klitschko takes all of it extra severely.
– This is legal, it have to be investigated, he says to Bild.