The protesters took to the streets of Dresden to say no to hostility and nationalism.
In the German city of Dresden on Saturday an action was held for a free and open society and against ultra-right forces, including the right-wing populist party “Alternative for Germany” (AdG). This is reported by DW.
According to the organizers of the action, she gathered about 40 thousand participants. The organizers claim that the number of participants in the action turned out to be significantly more than they expected.
Demonstrators took to the streets of Dresden with the goal of advocating a policy of solidarity and speaking out against nationalism, hostility and ostracism.