GUE/NGL President Gabi Zimmer denounced yesterday’s terrorist attack against concert-goers in Manchester, which left 22 people dead and 59 injured:
“We condemn in the strongest terms this attempt on the lives of innocent civilians attending a pop concert, a cowardly attack on people having an evening of music, joy and pleasure. We are horrified about reports of many adolescents and children being among the victims.”
“We express our sincere condolences and support to the families of those affected and we stand in solidarity with our British friends and fellow citizens.”
“The people of Manchester responded in the best possible way to the horrific attacks by coming together in solidarity, with heart-warming accounts of families opening their homes for the night and taxi drivers offering free rides to those stranded.”

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