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Four politicians stand on a balcony with a champagne glass in hand-in Kyiv. Nancy Faeser evaluates this today as "inappropriate."

Nancy Faeser (l-r, SPD), Innenministerin, Anka Feldhusen, deutscher Botschafterin der Ukraine, Vitali Klitschko, Kiewer Bürgermeister und Hubertus Heil (SPD), Arbeitsminister in Kiew. © Photo: Christophe Gateau/Dpafoto: Christophe Gateau/dpa Nancy Faeser (L-R, SPD), Interior Minister, Anka Feldhusen, German Ambassador of Ukraine, Vitali Klitschko, Kiewer Mayor and Hubertus Heil (SPD), Minister of Labor in Kyiv.

Federal Minister of the Interior Nancy Faeser regrets a scene from her trip to the Ukrainian capital Kyiv at the end of July . Photos and videos showed the SPD politician with her party colleague and Minister of Labor Hubertus Heil, Kiev Mayor Vitali Klitschko and the German ambassador Anka Feldhusen on the balcony of the ambassador's residence. The four hold champagne glasses, some of them laugh at the cameras of journalists.

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as a Faeser at the event series "Rnd on site" of the editorial network Germany on Tuesday evening in Potsdam was confronted with one of these pictures, she said: "I regret that." It was "certainly not appropriate".

At the same time, the picture is easy to explain because normal everyday life has returned in Kyiv, although this can hardly be understood in view of war crimes and persistent struggles in the east of the country.

“People go shopping. Blümchen are planted again in public space. People go in bars, they sit in cafés, they go about their work. ”

Faeser would“ no longer do that ”

that was difficult to understand, but you ultimately see that in the picture, said Faeser. "We were invited to the ambassador in the evening and with the Kiev Mayor Vitali Klitschko and ultimately chose the same drink as he chose." The Interior Minister emphasized: "I would no longer do it. Because this expresses something that is inappropriate when you come from another country. ”

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A comparison of the photo with the much -discussed picture from the past summer, which the then Union Chancellor Armin Laschet (CDU) laughs when visiting a German flood area showed, Faeser rejected. After all, everyday life in Kyiv had been in Kiev. "This is something different than if I had now been with a champagne glass in the east of the country."

Faeser and Heil had also visited the city of Irpin destroyed by the war. The pictures of the ambassador's balcony had drawn outraged comments on social media. The CDU Secretary General, Mario Czaja, were among the prominent voices that were critical of it. (dpa)

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