Greek Foreign Ministry Expresses Shock at Terror Attacks in Vienna

November 3, 2020

ATHENS — The Greek foreign ministry on Tuesday expressed profound shock at the terror attacks in Vienna, in a post on Twitter, and solidarity with the people of Austria.

"Profoundly shocked by the appalling attacks in #Vienna. Our thoughts are with all affected by this senseless act of violence. We stand in solidarity with the people of #Austria, we stand united against hatred & terror@MFA_Austria," the tweet said.

In a follow-up retweet of this message, Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias commented that "the thoughts of all Greeks are with those harmed by the horrific attack in Vienna. We express our solidarity with the people of Austria and our support against hatred and terrorism."


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