Merkel was late for the G20 due to a special plane failure: German Defense Minister: intends to buy a new plane

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 Merkel was late for the G20 due to a special plane failure: German Defense Minister: intends to buy a new plane


At the end of November, German Chancellor Angela Merkels plane crashed due to a technical failure, which caused her to be late for the G20 summit and caused controversy. After the incident, German Defense Minister Ursula von Delaine expressed his sadness and planned to purchase at least one long-distance Airbus A-330 or A350 aircraft.

German Defense Minister Ursula Vondelain (Visual China)

Russian satellite news agency quoted the German Picture reported that Ursula von Delaine had put forward the relevant plan on the 12th. The report points out that the cost of buying aircraft is planned to be spent from the national budget. Aircraft prices, due to new styles and other reasons, will reach 200 million or 300 million euros.

Its sad that the German Chancellor was late for the G20 summit, Ursula von Delainen said. In order to prevent similar things from happening again, we will increase the number of crew members and consider buying one or two new long-range aircraft.

Merkel (Guardian)

Merkel was scheduled to fly to Argentina on November 29 to attend the G20 summit. As a result, the special plane broke down and landed at an airport in Germany. The next morning, Merkel and her delegation took another German Air Force special plane to Madrid, Spain, where they transferred to Buenos Aires on Spanish Airlines flight. Arouse public opinion controversy. Source: Overseas Network Responsible Editor: Wang Lishan_NBJS7182

Merkel was scheduled to fly to Argentina on November 29 to attend the G20 summit. As a result, the special plane broke down and landed at an airport in Germany. The next morning, Merkel and her delegation took another German Air Force special plane to Madrid, Spain, where they transferred to Buenos Aires on Spanish Airlines flight. Arouse public opinion controversy.