German foreign minister says fascism has not been completely eradicated

Heiko Maas recalled that Berlin is grateful to all those who risked their lives and sacrificed millions of times to free the world from fascism

German foreign minister says fascism has not been completely eradicated

German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas tweeted on Saturday on the occasion of World War II End Day in Europe that Germany was grateful to all those who risked their lives and sacrificed millions of times, it was reported.

“We are grateful to all those who risked their lives and sacrificed millions of times to free the world from fascism,” the German minister said, “Unfortunately, the idea of fascism has not been completely eradicated even today. We must stand together every day to defend democracy and freedom.

May 8 is celebrated in Germany as the Day of Liberation from National Socialism and the end of World War II in Europe. On the night of 8 to 9 May (10:43 p.m. Berlin time) in 1945, the act of full and unconditional surrender of Nazi Germany was signed.

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