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"Do not worry about me," Chancellor Angela Merkel said Wednesday (Wednesday, 10 July 2019) at the press conference with the Finnish Prime Minister. "I am convinced that I am able to perform my duties well."
Ms Merkel justified the tremor, the third in three weeks, as "still in the stage of absorbing" Nuba hit mid-June during the reception of the new Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelinsky, said that this stage is not over, "but there is progress."
In response to a question about whether public opinion, after repeating its tremor for the third time in a few weeks, has the right to know whether the chancellor is in good health, Merkel replied with reservation: "I think that my remarks today are for this reason," noting that she is in the process of absorbing the first tremor ,
Merkel was again hit by a tremor all over her body as she received the prime minister at a military ceremony in Berlin for the third time in about six weeks.
Merkel smiled and spoke smoothly at the start of the press conference with visiting Finnish Prime Minister Ante Rene. "I'm fine … there's no need for people to worry about me," Merkel said.
Television footage showed Merkel shaking as she greeted Renni, but a government spokesman said she was fine. Merkel's body shook as she stood with Rene during a show of honor guard upon arrival.

Merkel's office did not provide an explanation for her jittery spells, sparking speculation in German media about the reason. The 64-year-old counselor has no history of any serious illness.
"The chancellor is fine and the talks with the Finnish prime minister are proceeding as planned," the spokesman said.
After Merkel's first shake-up, during her meeting with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelinsky on June 18, Merkel said she felt better after drinking some water.
She was seen shaking again during a meeting with President Frank-Walter Steinmeier on June 27, but her spokesman said she was fine. Merkel then traveled as planned to Japan for the G-20 summit.
A government official said it was a psychological issue as she was trying hard to avoid a repetition of the tremor.
After her visit to Japan, Merkel went directly to complex three-day talks in Brussels to decide on a new group of candidates for high-level positions in the European Union.
Merkel has been in power for 14 years and is known for her commitment to work ethic and is renowned for her ability to focus on detail in the complex, protracted debates in EU meetings more than other leaders

HZ / WB (WB / dpa / Reuters)

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