The Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu is in Berlin, where he had dinner with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, ahead of official talks slated for Thursday.
In a speech marking the country's Holocaust remembrance, Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu compared Iran to the Nazi regime. He also accused the international community of repeating mistakes made before World War II.
Israel has come to a standstill in two minutes of silence to remember the 6 million Jews killed by the Nazis in the Holocaust. Earlier, Prime Minister Netanyahu compared Israel's arch-foe, Iran, to the Nazis.
A study by Tel Aviv University has shown rising anti-Semitism in some European countries, notably the UK. DW asked Jonathan Boyd, a UK expert for Jewish affairs, whether he could confirm its findings.
Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk has traveled to Berlin for talks with German Chancellor Angela Merkel. Yatsenyuk is looking to drum up support for Ukraine from Germany and the rest of the EU.