The damage from the riots during the G20 summit in Hamburg is estimated at 12 million euros
Moscow. July 18. INTERFAX.RU — the German Union of insurers has estimated that the riots that accompanied held in early July, the G20 summit in Hamburg, they will cost 12 million euros ($13.8 million). This was reported on Tuesday Agency Associated Press.
Up to a third of the insurance payments will cover the cost of damage of the damaged cars.
Protests in Germany took place for three days in connection with the G20 summit, which was held from 7 to 8 July in Hamburg. During the riots were detained not only the Germans but also citizens of other countries.
Immediately after the summit, German Chancellor Angela Merkel has promised to provide assistance to people affected by unrest. For this purpose the Federal and city authorities have established a special Fund, adds AP.
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