Car knocks at the gate of Chancellor Angela Merkel’s office in Berlin; driver is arrested | World


A car collided at the Chancellor’s office gate Angela Merkel in Berlin this Wednesday (25). There is currently no official information as to the reason for the crash, whether anyone was injured or whether Merkel was in the building.

The police inspected the vehicle, which had the phrase “Stop globalization policy” scrawled in white on the right. Photos on social media show the words “You bloody murderers of children and old people” written on the other.

The driver was removed from the car in a wheelchair and detained. Berlin police say they are investigating whether the driver “deliberately drove against the gate”, but “at the moment we don’t suspect it is an attack”.

Dozens of police officers, an ambulance and a fire engine came to the scene after the accident.

The German Chancellery’s office is a white postmodernist structure located in a square in the Reichstag building, which houses the German parliament.

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Germany’s premier agenda this Wednesday provided for a videoconference with state governors to discuss an extension to the lockdown and other measures to combat the advance of Covid’s second wave reaching across Europe.

On Tuesday (24), the 16 German states proposed to the federal government to limit Christmas and New Year celebrations to a maximum of 10 people, to prevent the transmission of coronavirus, according to the news agency France Presse.

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German Chancellor Angela Merkel during a cabinet meeting on September 23 in Berlin – Photo: Kay Nietfeld / AFP

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