The Minister of foreign Affairs of Germany has strongly criticized Donald trump on Monday, saying that the actions of the President of the United States "weakened" West and accused the U.S. government that they "are against the interests of the European Union".
After 24 hours after German Chancellor Angela Merkel said that Europe can no longer rely on traditional allies such as the US and Britain, the chief diplomat of the country, Sigmar Gabriel, has taken another step.
"Anyone who accelerates climate change, weakening environmental protection, which sells more weapons in conflict zones, and does not want politically to resolve religious conflicts, endanger peace in Europe," said Gabriel."Short-sighted policy of the American government against the interests of the European Union. The West has become less, at least, he became weaker."
Germany and other European countries are not impressed with the performance of trump on the summits of NATO and the G7 last week, where he refused to endorse the principle of collective defense of NATO or the climate Treaty in Paris. Speaking on the Sidelines of the third of the Berlin round table on refugees and migration, Gabriel urged Europe to resist the current US administration and do not shy away from criticism.
"The trump wants to stop the climate Treaty, wants to enforce military actions in crisis regions and will not allow people from certain religious circles to enter the United States," added Gabriel. "If the Europeans do not strongly speak out against this now, the flow of migration to Europe will continue to grow. Those who oppose this policy of the United States, guilty."
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