The Presidential Commissioner for Foreign Affairs, Julio Borges, and the Ambassador to the United States (US) condemned the terrorist attacks that occurred on Monday in Vienna, Austria.
Borges also expressed his condolences to the victims and their families. In addition, he recalled that he will continue to defend the rights that fit diversity of the world.
“Extremism around the world undermines the democratic and pluralistic values that we stand for,” he said through his personal Twitter account.
For his part, Ambassador Vecchio expressed his solidarity with Austria, its Chancellor Sebastian Kurz and the affected families.
“We raise our voice against terrorism and for peace and life,” he added.
President (E) Juan Guaidó sent a letter to Kurz expressing his solidarity with the Austrian nation and rejecting the terrorist acts.
“We extend to the families of the victims, and to all Austrian citizens, our most sincere condolences with the hope that time will permit the restoration of the wounds left behind,” reads the communiqué.