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Source: European Union (EU)
19 November 2015




Brussels
19/11/2015
151119_03

MEDIA

STATEMENT

Statement by the spokesperson on the latest attacks in Israel and the West Bank

The stabbing attack that killed two Israelis today in Tel Aviv, at the time of a prayer service, and the shooting attack in the West Bank that killed an Israeli, an American and a Palestinian and injured several others are both terrible and painful reminders of the volatile and violent reality on the ground.

The EU extends its condolences to the victims and their families, and wishes a speedy recovery to all those injured.

Nothing can justify terrorism. Too many innocent people have died in this current wave of violence.

Today's attacks only highlight further the need for all sides to do their utmost to prevent further violence, and to take the necessary steps to restore a political perspective for the solution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

FOR FURTHER DETAILS:

Please contact the Spokespersons' Service of the EU External Action Service


http://eeas.europa.eu/statements-eeas/2015/151119_03_en.htm


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