Spain: Steinmeier, Fabius, and Garcia-Margallo pay tribute to Germanwings crash

The foreign ministers of Germany, France and Spain paid tribute to the victims of the Germanwings Alps crash, at the El Prat Airport in Barcelona, Monday. Those in attendance observed a minute of silence for the 150 victims of the flight, most of whom were either Spanish or German. Germany’s Frank-Walter Steinmeier, Spain’s Jose Garcia-Margallo y Marfil, and France’s Laurent Fabius along with the Vice-President of the Catalonian government Joanna Ortega laid wreaths on the Joan Miro mosaic, which is located outside the airports second terminal where the Germanwings flight 4U9525 took off on March 24. The three foreign ministers were meeting ahead of the Euro-Mediterranean summit in Barcelona, in which delegates from 36 countries are to convene. The summit is expected to focus on the fight against Islamic Fundamentalism.