BERLIN: German Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel on Friday described Britain's vote to leave the European Union as "a bad day for Europe".
"Damn! A bad day for Europe," Gabriel, who is also Germany's economy minister, said on his official Twitter account.
Damn! Ein schlechter Tag für Europa. #EUref— Sigmar Gabriel (@sigmargabriel) June 24, 2016
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