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Politicians strike somber tone on German Unity Day

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Germany celebrated its 32nd Unity Day on Monday. The national holiday marks when the formerly divided Germany became one country again in 1990. But this year, the tone of thefestivities was more muted as the effects of the war in Ukraine and the cost of living crisis are felt more keenly across the country.
Published 4 months ago · E F, Germany

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Politicians strike somber tone on German Unity Day

Germany's top politicians gathered in the city of Erfurt to call for solidarity amidst multiple crises as the country commemorated the day the former West and East Germany were reunified.

4 months ago·Germany
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Appeals for solidarity on German Unity Day

Standing together even in times of crisis, finding solutions and treating each other with respect: At the central ceremony for the Day of German Unity in Erfurt, the desire for more cohesion came through — and not just from Bundestag President Bas.

4 months ago·Hamburg, Germany
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Politicians strike somber tone on German Unity Day

Germanys celebrated its 32nd Unity Day on Monday. But this year, the tone of thefestivities was more muted than in previous celebrations as the effects of the war in Ukraine and the cost of living...

4 months ago·H K I, Finland
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German politicians warn of new divisions on Unity Day | DPA

German politicians celebrated the 32nd anniversary of German reunification on Monday but warned that togetherness should not be taken for granted amid a raft of modern challenges. German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and President Frank-Walter Steinmeier were among those attending the official commemorations in the eastern city of Erfurt in the state of Thuringia. Bärbel Bas, the president of Germany's Bundestag lower house of parliament, and Thuringia…

4 months ago
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