Ministry hotline to inform citizens on possible Greek casualties in Nice attack
The Foreign Ministry on Friday invited citizens concerned over the wellbeing of Greeks who may have been present at a deadly attack on a Bastille Day celebration in Nice, France, to call its hotline for information.
The Greek Embassy in Paris has said it had no reports of any Greek nationals being among the those killed or injured by a gunman who mowed a truck through a crowd gathered on the coastal city’s promenade for a fireworks display, leaving at least 84 people dead.
Citizens who may be concerned about the wellbeing of their loved ones, however, are encouraged to call the Foreign Ministry on (+30) 210.368.1730 and (+30) 210.368.1259, or send an e-mail to [email protected]
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