Fischer condemns terrorist attacks in London

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7 July 2005, BERLIN - German Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer strongly condemned Thursday's terrorist attacks on the London underground and buses. Great Britain can be sure of Germany's unshakeable solidarity, Fischer said, stressing that terrorism would never be generally accepted. The terrorist attacks on the public local passenger system in London "fill us with disgust and revulsion", he said. "To our British friends, the British government and the people of London, we express our deeply felt sympathy,"

7 July 2005

BERLIN - German Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer strongly condemned Thursday's terrorist attacks on the London underground and buses.

Great Britain can be sure of Germany's unshakeable solidarity, Fischer said, stressing that terrorism would never be generally accepted.

The terrorist attacks on the public local passenger system in London "fill us with disgust and revulsion", he said.

"To our British friends, the British government and the people of London, we express our deeply felt sympathy," said Fischer.

"As well as our thoughts in this difficult hour are first of all with the victims and their family members and the many people who fear that their children, partners, family member or friends might be among those injured," he said.

DPA

Subject: German news

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