Vietnam condemns Paris attacks

Police secure the area close Jules Ferry Square in central Paris, on November 13, 2015. A number of people were killed and others injured in a series of gun attacks across Paris. Photo: AFP

Vietnam vehemently condemns the wave of deadly attacks on civilians in Paris on Friday night that left at least 120 people dead, the foreign ministry spokesman has said.
“We share the great losses that the French government, people and families of the victims are suffering,” Spokesman Le Hai Binh said this monrning.
“We believe … that the culprits will be punished justly,” he said.
According to him, the Vietnamese embassy in France has been ordered to liaise with relevant French agencies to “learn about the situation of Vietnamese people at the sites of the attacks.”
In case there are Vietnamese victims, the Embassy must coordinate with French authorised agencies to provide support for and protect the citizens, Binh added.
The embassy has cited the French foreign ministry’s crisis centre as saying that details about the victims’ nationalities were not available yet.
It said it will promptly take measures in case there is any victim confirmed as Vietnamese national.
The embassy has also set up two hotlines for receiving information about possible Vietnamese victims: and
Related information can also be notified via another two hotlines of the Vietnamese Foreign Ministry’s Consular Department: 084.4.62844844 and +84981848484.
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yobro yobro 14/11/15 21:39

It's terrible, killing innocent people has never been the way to solve the problems

John Smith 14/11/15 21:45

"There were bodies everywhere," a witness said.

Jane smartnic 14/11/15 21:48

It seemed that there were no Vietnamese-nationality victims

Gentle Moon 14/11/15 21:54

Deadly attacks in Paris forced a shift in the focus of Syrian peace talks on Saturday to the fight against Islamic State

LawrenceSamuels 14/11/15 21:55

the international coordination must be strengthened in the fight against IS

Deck Hero14 14/11/15 21:58

the Western countries all tightened security measures.

Only Solidar 14/11/15 22:01

Two explosions were heard near the Stade de France in the northern suburb of Saint-Denis, where the France-Germany soccer match was being played

Love Peace 14/11/15 22:02

U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon condemned the "despicable attacks"

MaskOf Zero 14/11/15 22:06

Pope Francis called the killings "inhuman".

Pack Cassiopian 14/11/15 22:09

The assaults came as France, a founder member of the U.S.-led coalition waging air strikes against Islamic State in Syria and Iraq

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