The mother of one of the victims of the Berlin Christmas market truck ramming spoke on Monday of the pain of visiting the city on the first anniversary of the attack. Instead, Giovanna Frattaroli held a remembrance ceremony in their home city of Sulmona in Italy where her daughter Fabrizia grew up. “It was too painful go there for this anniversary, so we preferred to commemorate our girl... Еще here, where she’s born and where she grew” explained Giovanna. “They didn’t abandon us, but they didn’t pay enough attention, they were superficial and it was a tragic and terrible event,” she added. The Frattaroli family organized a cultural event mixed with dance performances and music that was attended by the Italian minister of defence and other officials. Italian Defence Minister Roberta Pinotti said: “The Italian government felt close to those who went through such a dramatic twist of events caused by a global enemy.“ A truck deliberately driven by Anis Amri crashed into the Breitscheidplatz Christmas Market in Berlin on December 19 killing 12 and injuring 56. Amri escaped and was shot dead four days later outside Milan train station. The Czimar family also spoke of their loss and pain one year on.