Vice-Chancellor of Germany urged to limit access to weapons after the tragedy in Munich
The politician stressed that we can not completely exclude the possibility of crimes by mentally disturbed individuals, so in the first place we should put the professionalism and efficiency of law enforcement
Vice-Chancellor of Germany, Sigmar Gabriel, urged to do everything possible to limit access to weapons. He said this in an interview with the Berliner Morgenpost, commenting on the death of nine people as a result of shooting in Munich.
"The control of firearms is an important issue. We must continue to do everything possible to limit access to dangerous weapons, and strictly control it." - Gabriel said.
The politician stressed that we can not completely exclude the possibility of crimes by mentally disturbed individuals, so in the first place we should put the professionalism and efficiency of law enforcement.
Recall, as a result of shooting in a shopping center in Munich on Friday evening, 22 July, 10 people, including the alleged suspect were killed, and 16 were injured.
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