Vietnam condemns attacks on civilians

Vietnam strongly condemns attacks on innocent civilians and sympathises with immense grief and losses suffered by families of the victims in the truck crash in Berlin and shootings in Switzerland, Foreign Ministry‘s spokesperson Le Hai Binh said.

Foreign Ministry‘s spokesperson Le Hai Binh (Source:VNA)

He made the statement on December 20 in response to reporters’ queries about Vietnam’s position on the truck crash in Berlin and shootings in Switzerland.

Binh told the media that none Vietnamese has been recorded so far in the truck attack in Berlin, Germany, on the night of December 19.

Upon learning the news, the Vietnamese embassy in Germany immediately contacted authorities and Vietnamese associations in the host country to find out about information, he said.

According to him, the embassy has launched a round-the-clock hotline 491625391500 to acquire information and provide timely support for Vietnamese citizens in case they face danger.

At least 12 were killed and 48 others were injured in the attack in a Berlin Christmas market.

Source: VNA

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