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May 23, 2017

Hungary sends its condolences to the UK following terrorist attack in Manchester

President Áder expressed sympathy for the families of the victims and wished people injured in the blast a speedy recovery. The president said in his message that everything must be done to ensure that “the lives of peaceful people cannot be threatened by those obsessed by destruction and terror”

President János Áder has sent his condolences to Queen Elizabeth II on behalf of the Hungarian people following the terrorist attack in Manchester on Monday evening.

Twenty two people were killed and more than 60 injured when an explosion detonated at the end of a Ariana Grande concert at the Manchester Arena, England.

President Áder expressed sympathy for the families of the victims and wished people injured in the blast a speedy recovery. The president said in his message that everything must be done to ensure that “the lives of peaceful people cannot be threatened by those obsessed by destruction and terror”.

“Hungary is ready to take part in joint efforts to further strengthen the security of our countries and citizens,” he said.