The ambassador to Austria, William Davila Valeri, condemned the violent events that occurred in a synagogue in the city of Vienna on Monday.
The diplomat expressed his solidarity with the Austrian people and the families of the victims, and also asked for understanding from the Venezuelan migrants who are living in the country.
“We condemn the violent events that occurred a few moments ago in Vienna. Our solidarity and condolences to the victims of the attack. To our fellow countrymen we ask for confidence in the Austrian authorities,” he said.
Davila Valeri asked his fellow countrymen not to publish images and/or videos in social networks. “We must wait for official pronouncements from the Austrian authorities, while we remain safe,” he said.
The President (E) of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, rejected through a communiqué the terrorist acts occurred in the capital of Austria and expressed his solidarity to the European country after the death of a citizen as a result of the attack.
“We extend to the families of the victims and to all Austrian citizens our most sincere condolences, with the hope that time will allow the wounds to be healed,” said the national leader.
Condenamos los hechos violentos suscitados hace algunos instantes en la ciudad de Viena. Nuestra solidaridad y condolencias a las victimas. A nuestros connacionales le pedimos confianza en las autoridades austriacas.
— William DavilaValeri (@ieWilliamDavila) November 2, 2020