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Foreign Affairs Ministry condemns terrorist attack in Tunisia

The Romanian Foreign Affairs Ministry (MAE) condemned the terrorist attack that took place on Wednesday at the Bardo Museum in Tunisia, an attack that left at least 17 foreign tourists dead. At the same time, MAE expressed its condolences to the families of the victims and its solidarity with the Tunisian people, while affirming at the same time its full support for the Tunisian authorities’ efforts to combat terrorism. The terrorist attack that took place on Wednesday at the Bardo Museum in Tunisia left 19 dead, including 17 foreign tourists, according to Tunisian Prime Minister Habib Essid. According to the Associated Press, two alleged attackers and one police officer were killed, while dozens of foreign tourists were rescued. The attack was launched while Tunisian MPs were debating, in a nearby building, a draft law on combating terrorism.

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