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Anastasiades strongly condemns ‘heinous attacks’ in Vienna, FM speaks to Austrian counterpart

President Nicos Anastasiades

President Nicos Anastasiades has strongly condemned what he called the “heinous attacks in Vienna”.

“Devastated and deeply shocked by the terrorist attack in #Vienna. We strongly condemn such heinous attacks. Our thoughts and prayers are with the victims and the people of Vienna. We stand in solidarity with #Austria @sebastiankurz” the president wrote in his twitter account.

Meanwhile, Foreign Minister  Nikos Christodoulides spoke with his Austrian counterpart Alexander Schallenberg and expressed  his full solidarity.

“Horrified by cowardly #terrorist attack in #Vienna. FM @Christodulides spoke with Austrian counterpart Alexander #Schallenberg last night, to express full #solidarity of #Cyprus with #Austria in the face of these heinous acts and offer sincere #condolences for the loss of lives”, the foreign ministry says on its Twitter account.

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