New York, Oct 8 (ANI): German vice chancellor Sigmar Gabriel has expressed support to Volkswagen’s employees after he travelled to the company’s hometown, and urged the corporation to be pro-active in clearing up its emissions scandal.
According to ABC News, Gabriel, who is also Germany’s economy minister, joined a meeting of employee representatives from Germany and beyond as Volkswagen tries to determine who was responsible for the installation of test-cheating software.
Gabriel said it is important to send the message across that the employees should not pay the price for the “criminal behavior by managers”.
Gabriel’s statement came at Wolfsburg, where Volkswagen is headquartered. (ANI)