Berlin urges 'prudence', 'de-escalation' after US kills Iran general

Berlin urges 'prudence', 'de-escalation' after US kills Iran general
Berlin urges 'prudence', 'de-escalation' after US kills Iran general

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - BERLIN — Germany on Friday urged restraint and de-escalation after the US killed top Iranian commander Qasem Soleimani, sending tensions soaring in the region.

"We are at a dangerous point of escalation. It is now important through prudence and restraint to contribute to de-escalation," said Chancellor Angela Merkel's spokeswoman Ulrike Demmer.

"We, too, view Iran's activities in the region with great concern," she said, but warned that any conflicts can only be resolved through "diplomatic paths".

"It is particularly important to prevent Iran from being dragged deeper into a conflict, because everyone has an interest in the continuing battle against Daesh (the so-called IS) militants, she added. — AFP

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