The Hungarian government has sent its condolences to the victims of last night's terror attack in France, the Prime Minister's office confirmed today.
In a telegram sent to French President Francois Hollande, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán expressed his condolences and called the events in Nice "shocking and unacceptable".
“On behalf of the Hungarian people and myself, I wish to express my deepest condolences and sympathy to you, the French people and the relatives of the deceased. Our thoughts are with you in these difficult hours," PM Orbán wrote to the French president.
The attack in Nice occured last night during their annual Bastille celebrations.
A Tunisian citizen has been revealed as the culprit, after being gunned down in the cab of a lorry he used to mow down crowds of people watching a fireworks display.
The death toll currently stands at 84, with ten of those confirmed as children.