BERLIN (Reuters) — Germany’s Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier has condemned Iranian President Mahmud Ahmadinejad’sof the Holocaust, calling him a disgrace to his country.
In a statement Steinmeier said: “Today’s statements by the Iranian President are unacceptable. With his intolerable tirades he is a disgrace to his country. This sheer anti-Semitism demands our collective condemnation. We will continue to confront it decisively in the future.”
Steinmeier’s condemnation was unprecedented in its tone.
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