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Merkel hit again with a tremor for two minutes

2019-06-27T08:33:31.476Z

German Chancellor Angela Merkel suffered a tremor again on Thursday, eight days after she first appeared trembling in front of her camera lenses. Merkel suddenly shook her head as she handed over the document appointing German new justice minister Christine Lambrecht,



German Chancellor Angela Merkel suffered a tremor again on Thursday, eight days after her first appearance, trembling, in front of the camera's lenses.
Merkel began to tremble abruptly, handing over the document appointing the new German Justice Minister, Christine Lambrecht, at the German Presidential Palace.
"The situation of the chancellor has improved," said one of the photographers of the German news agency DPA.
Merkel refused to drink the water that was given to her after her injury.
Merkel was very flustered when she received the new Ukrainian president, Volodymyr Zelinsky, as she stood in front of the guard of honor with heavy shaking in her legs and body. The tremor subsided as she walked with Zielinski in front of the guard of honor.
Merkel justified her trembling at the time that she did not drink enough water, despite the heat in that.
But the temperatures were nice on Thursday morning in Berlin, after several very hot days. Merkel shuddered for about two minutes, repeatedly putting her hands on each other for fear of losing control.
In response to a question from the German news agency (DPA) to the government spokesman, Stephen Zeibert, on any possible repercussions of this new tremor, on Merkel's plans, for example, on attending the G20 summit in Japan, the spokesman said: "Everything Will proceed as planned, the German Chancellor in good condition. "
Following the incident, Merkel followed the swearing-in ceremony of the new minister, Lambrecht, before parliamentarians, but left parliament shortly after.
"Of course I was surprised, but rather because of the firmness that Merkel seemed to have (despite the trembling)," said Jakob Berger, the general physician and head of the Bavarian Medical Union, in trembling. ).

Source: emara

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