Global espionage agencies are trying to get Angela Merkel's medical records & # 39; to find out what's behind her public shaking attacks
- Merkel, 64, endured a debilitating long-haul flight and negotiated with Trump
- She appeared from the problems when she flew to Japan on Friday for the G20 summit
- The Chancellor and her team insisted they & # 39; well & # 39; was after the last shaking attacks
- Spy agencies have reportedly opened their own quake investigation
Global espionage agencies are trying to get Angela Merkel's medical records in an attempt to find out what caused her recent shaking episodes, it appears.
Mrs. Merkel, 64, maintained a low profile during her participation in the G20 Summit in Osaka after the last earthquake incident on Thursday.
Her office blamed dehydration for the first shake attack ten days earlier and said the second was psychological, caused by memories of the first.
According to Germany Bild but some of the world's espionage activities have not been convinced by the explanation and have begun their own investigation into Mrs. Merkel's condition.
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Mrs. Merkel got a shaking attack on Thursday when she attended a public ceremony in Berlin
When she landed in Japan for the summit on Friday 20 hours after the attack, Mrs. Merkel said she was sure that & # 39; this reaction will disappear exactly as it came & & # 39 ;.
Asked if she had visited a doctor and discovered what the chancellor had caused the tremors, she simply said that she & # 39; nothing in particular to report & # 39; had.
Mrs. Merkel said she understood journalists' questions about her health, but insisted: & # 39; I'm fine. & # 39;
Despite her insistence that she was fighting well, Mrs. Merkel appeared from the earth at the summit in Osaka.
Her trip to the G20 included a long-haul flight and ongoing negotiations with other world leaders – including Donald Trump.
The experienced politician turned his back on the confrontation with Russia or the US and sometimes seemed to be offside.
Her last health shock came just ten days after she was seen shaking in a public appearance with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy
Merkel & # 39; s latest fear of health came just a few hours before she would go to Japan to go on board and raise new questions about her health.
On Thursday, a German government spokesperson said that Merkel would not cancel any appointments – he said: "The Chancellor is good."
The arms and body of the 64-year-old Chancellor were noticeably trembling when she met German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier on Thursday.
For about two minutes, she constantly folded her arms in an apparent attempt to stop her hands and body from shaking violently.
Close-up material showed the difficulty she had in controlling the vibrations as she held her arms together.
It comes 10 days after she blamed dehydration for the shakes she had sustained during a meeting with a visit to Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelenskiy.
Russian President Vladimir Putin, right and Merkel shake hands during their meeting at the G20 summit on Saturday
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