A statue of Ronald Reagan was unveiled in Berlin

A statue of Ronald Reagan was unveiled in Berlin

A statue of Ronald Reagan was unveiled today at the US Embassy in Berlin overlooking where, in 1987, the then US president called on the Soviet Union to demolish the Berlin Wall, AP reported.

Secretary of State Mike Pompeyo described the event as a "momentous moment" before helping to remove the drapery from the statue. The larger-than-human-sized sculpture is located on the embassy terrace at the level of the famous Brandenburg Gate.

The Brandenburg Gate, which was in East Berlin, was a mise-en-scene of Reagan's speech in which he urged Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev to continue the reforms he began. "If you are seeking liberalization, come to this door, Mr. Gorbachev, open this door. Mr. Gorbachev, demolish this wall," he said.

Saturday marks the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. During his two-day visit to Germany, Pompeyio will attend commemorative ceremonies in several German settlements. German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas was recently criticized at home and abroad for his article in the 26 European newspapers about the fall of the Wall and communism, in which he did not mention Reagan or another American, BTA cited.

the site's editor again brushed off comments, as people expressed their hatred for slash and status quo, and the trolls on duty were hangovers last night and haven't started yet.

Can you imagine how devastated the Germans are when they erect a monument to the man who, along with Winston Churchill, ordered the residential areas of Dresden to be bombed a few days after the end of the war. Thousands of civilians were killed.

Bulgarians, we are the same beeps. The United States bombed Sofia in World War II, and our politicians were sore on the mouth of the paws of American fui. It is better not to have Bulgaria and Bulgarians in such a case, since neither Bulgaria is Bulgaria nor the Bulgarians are Bulgarians anymore. Good night and sleep in the basket!

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