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Dzurinda sends condolences to Israel

Slovakia's foreign minister, Mikuláš Dzurinda, sent a message of condolence to his Israeli counterpart Avigdor Lieberman on Thursday, August 18, after terrorist attacks that claimed the lives of seven Israelis and left at least 26 people injured, the TASR newswire reported, quoting Foreign Ministry press department statement.

Slovakia's foreign minister, Mikuláš Dzurinda, sent a message of condolence to his Israeli counterpart Avigdor Lieberman on Thursday, August 18, after terrorist attacks that claimed the lives of seven Israelis and left at least 26 people injured, the TASR newswire reported, quoting Foreign Ministry press department statement.

"Minister Dzurinda condemned these brutal acts that are aimed against the effort of the international community to achieve progress in the peace process in the Middle East. He asked his counterpart to convey his condolences to the Israeli Government and relatives of terror attack victims," the statement read. Gunmen near the southern Israeli resort town of Eilat launched a coordinated attack Thursday against three civilian and military targets.

Source: TASR

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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