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Cyprus President signs the Book of Condolences for the victims of Nice attack

The President of the Republic Nicos Anastasiades on Tuesday signed the Book of Condolences that opened at the residence of the French Ambassador for the victims of the Nice attack.

He expressed the solidarity of the Government and the people of Cyprus, pointing out that terrorism is a threat to the stability of every state.
He said that it is his obligation to express his profound sorrow and that of the Cypriot people following Nice attack, adding that as a result of the friendship we maintain with Arab countries and with our neighbours in general, we managed to avoid any action against the stability that exists in our country.

In the Book of Condolences the President wrote that the Government of Cyprus condemns the atrocious attack in Nice, adding that on the anniversary of the Bastille Day and the victory of the democratic values which inspired the whole world, France was struck by brutality and obscurantism. He said that Cyprus express sincere condolences to the families of the victims and its full solidarity with the Government and the people of France.


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