Following the attacks in Paris, German Chancellor expressed her sorrow and promised “all possible aid to hunt down those responsible.”
Corresponding to Berlin
Dressed in black, Angela Merkel expressed her sadness solemnly Saturday morning and solidarity as well as those of the German people. This is “one of the worst nights has ever experienced in Europe,” she said from the Chancellery in Berlin, where she sent a direct message to the French. “We, your German friends, we feel so close to you, we mourn with you, we will lead the fight against all those who committed the unthinkable against you.” The Chancellor denounced “an attack against freedom” by those who “hate freedom” in “a city that celebrates freedom.”
In close contact with Paris, Angela Merkel promised that Germany would provide “all possible assistance” to hunt down those responsible for the attack. Friday night, the Ministry of Interior had German support even mentioned “special forces”. Merkel planned to meet Saturday German government officials to take stock of the situation.
Angela Merkel has finally appealed to the Germans themselves that each brings its “as citizens’ response to terrorism “Our freedom is stronger than fear,” she said. She called to defend these values ”more than ever”
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