绿色和平活动家“很幸运没有被击落”,’德国部长说

绿色和平活动家“很幸运没有被击落”,’德国部长说
A 38-year-old man has been arrested in connection with ‘various offences’, 警察说

一种 Greenpeace protester who parachuted into a football stadium in 德国 during a Euro 2020 match was lucky not to be shot by police guarding a no-fly zone, a politician has said.

一个 活动家 lost control of his powered paraglider above the Allianz Arena in Munich just minutes before Germany’s match with France kicked off on Tuesday evening.

He then careered towards the pitch, narrowly missing some spectators in the stands before destroying technical equipment and eventually landing on the grass.

Joachim Herrmann, Bavaria’s interior minister for the state, said marksmen spotted the protester’s Greenpeace banner and therefore decided not to intervene.

Footage of the incident showed that the activist’s parachute had the wordsKick out oil Greenpeacewritten across it.

“But if the police had come to a different conclusion that they might have been dealing with a terrorist attack, the aviator may well have paid with his life,” Mr Herrmann added.

Munich police said two people were taken to hospital for what they described as non-serious injuries.

Officers have arrested a 38-year-old man from Baden-Württemberg state in connection withvarious offences”.

The force said in a statement: “In this connection, investigations are now being conducted for various offences under the Criminal Code and the Air Traffic Act, 其中包括.

The Munich Police Department emphasises that it has no understanding whatsoever for such irresponsible actions, in which a considerable endangerment of human life is accepted.

Environmental group Greenpeace said the activist had only meant to drop a balloon inside the stadium to raise awareness of the climate crisis before he encountered technical difficulties.

We ask the two people injured yesterday during the Greenpeace action to accept our sincere apologies,” a statement from the group said.

The pilot wanted to float a balloon into the stadium but then had to make an emergency landing because the manual throttle control of the paraglider failed.

Speaking after his side recorded a 1-0 victory over Germany, France manager Didier Deschamps condemned the incident, saying it should never have happened and that a tragedy had been avoided.

“所以, what can I say? It shouldn’t have happened,” 他说. “But at the same time, when you witness events like thisit will become literature because there were no consequences.

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