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Poland: Germany will 'never forget' WWII crimes says Steinmeier at Warsaw ceremony

32 017 01.09.2019 Инфо

W/S German Chancellor Angela Merkel arriving at commemorations alongside Polish PM Mateusz Morawiecki
M/S Merkel and Morawiecki
W/S Merkel and Morawiecki
M/S Merkel and Morawiecki greeted
W/S Pilsudski Square
W/S Merkel and Morawiecki
M/S Merkel and Morawiecki
W/S Merkel and Morawiecki
W/S Polish President Andrzej Duda and wife Agata Kornhauser-Duda
M/S Duda and wife
W/S Pence's car arrives at Pilsudski Square
M/S Pence getting out of car
M/S Duda and wife
W/S Pence greets Duda
C/U Pence
M/S UK Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab
M/S Raab and Duda
M/S French PM Edouard Philippe
M/S Philippe and Duda
M/S German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier
W/S Steinmeier walks up to podium
SOT, Frank-Walter Steinmeier, German President (German): "It was my fellow countrymen who unleashed a horrific war that would cost more than 50 million people, among them, millions of Polish citizens, their lives. This war was a German crime."
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SOT, Frank-Walter Steinmeier, German President (German): "As German President, I, along with the German Chancellor, want to tell all Poles today that we will not forget. We will not forget the wounds that Germans inflicted on Poland. And on the Polish people. We will not forget the suffering of Polish families, nor will we forget the courage of their resistance. We will never forget." *MULTIPLE SHOTS AT SOURCE*
W/S Unknown Soldier's Grave
W/S World leaders
M/S Parade
W/S Parade
M/S Parade
W/S Parade
SCRIPT
World leaders gathered in Warsaw on Sunday for the 80th anniversary of the start of World War II, where German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier said his country "will not forget the wounds that Germans inflicted on Poland."
"It was my fellow countrymen who unleashed a horrific war that would cost more than 50 million people, among them, millions of Polish citizens, their lives. This war was a German crime" he said. "We will not forget the wounds that Germans inflicted on Poland. And on the Polish people. We will not forget the suffering of Polish families, nor will we forget the courage of their resistance."
Footage shows leaders including US Vice President Mike Pence, Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel and President Steinmeier, and French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe arriving at the Pilsudski Square, in the heart of the Polish capital.