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Source: European Union (EU)
4 October 2015




Brussels
04/10/2015
151004_02_en

MEDIA ADVISORY

STATEMENT

Statement by the Spokesperson on the latest attacks in Jerusalem

Two new brutal attacks, two acts of terror have targeted Israelis in Jerusalem last night and early this morning. Two men died in the first attack and a woman and her two year old child were injured. A teenager was wounded in the second attack.

We express our condolences to the families of those who died and wish a speedy recovery to those injured.

These attacks are not only intended to cause human suffering, but also to undermine the prospects for peace. It is of utmost importance that all sides use all means at their disposal to condemn acts of violence, cooperate to bring perpetrators to justice, de-escalate the situation and contribute to calm and stability.

Jerusalem is a city sacred to three religions and all should be working for dignity and justice for people of all faiths.

The political solution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, through negotiations, is urgently needed to end the human suffering on all sides.

FOR FURTHER DETAILS:

Maja Kocijancic +32 (0)498 984 425 - +32 (0)2 298 65 70 -Maja.Kocijancic@ec.europa.eu - @MajaEUspox
Catherine Ray +32 (0)498 96 99 21 - +32 (0)2 296 99 21 - Catherine.Ray@ec.europa.eu - @CatherineEUspox
Nabila Massrali +32 (0)460 75 41 75 - +32 (0)2 29 69218 -Nabila.Massrali@ec.europa.eu


http://eeas.europa.eu/statements-eeas/2015/151004_02_en.htm


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