Kind was speaking after attending a religious service on Wednesday with Enke's widow, some of his teammates, Germany coach Joachim Loew, national team captain Michael Ballack, football federation president Theo Zwanziger and hundreds of Hanover citizens.
Later, about 35,000 people took part in a silent march to city's stadium.
Enke had a good chance of being Germany's first-choice goalkeeper at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.
The German football federation has cancelled Saturday's friendly against Chile in Cologne but, after attending the memorial service, the team will assemble in Dusseldorf ahead of Wednesday's friendly against Ivory Coast.
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