Görkem ŞEKEROĞLU -TDO- Prince Charles visited the German capital to mark the National Memorial Day, an annual tribute to the victims of war. Charles also addressed the German Parliament in a speech delivered partly in German. In his address to the German parliament, Charles said Brexit would change bilateral ties, but the two nations would "always be friends, partners and allies."
"The United Kingdom had chosen a future outside the European Union," the prince told German lawmakers. While the relationship between Germany and the UK is changing, it will "remain strong" he added. The character of this relationship is subject of negotiations between our governments and its nature is determined by the continuing links between our people," the prince said. Prince Charles' comments, were his most direct reference to Britain's decision to leave the European Union (EU) to date.
The Prince of Wales Charles and his wife Camilla met with German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier in Berlin on Sunday 15th November.
"We Germans are deeply grateful to Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla for this extraordinary gesture of reconciliation and solidarity in extraordinary times," the German president said.