Prime Minister extends her condolences following the Berlin attack

Enormous sorrow and sadness - we all join the victims’ families in prayer and sadness. On Tuesday, Prime Minister Beata Szydło extended her condolences to the families and relatives of the victims of Berlin’s attack. In the opinion of the Prime Minister we have to do everything to feel the Poles safe.


Photo: P. Tracz / Chancellery of the Prime Minister

On Monday, a terrible tragedy hit Berlin. This was a great pain and sorrow for us to hear that a Polish citizen was the first victim of this shameful act of violence. In our minds we join the family of the murdered Polish driver in sorrow and sadness - said the Prime Minister.

Prime Minister Beata Szydło extended her condolences to Chancellor Angela Merkel and German nation following the Berlin attack. Today, I will have a telephone conversation with Chancellor Angela Merkel - she said.

Europe must unite in the fight against terrorism and undertake efficient actions to protect its citizens. This is our duty! This the duty of all politicians and all those who protect the security - emphasised the Prime Minister. She extended her thanks to the services involved in the clarification of the situation after the death of the Polish citizen in Berlin’s attack and in the protection of the Poles security.


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