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Statements of support to France after shooting

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STRASBOURG – Europe is shocked responded to the shooting in Strasbourg that Tuesday night certainly three lives claimed. Statements of support poured in for the victims and French authorities.

The French minister Christophe Castaner is immediately to Strasbourg travelled.

The Belgian prime minister, Charles Michel has expressed sympathy with the victims of the shooting. “All my support to our French friends, who once again were struck by horror and cowardice”, tweeted the premier in the night from Tuesday to Wednesday. “My thoughts go to the victims and their loved ones.”

Previously had been minister of Foreign Affairs Didier Reynders his sympathy tweets. His German colleague Heiko Maas spoke like Michel of a “cowardly act” and expressed deep shocked. The German government is doing everything to make French friends, ” he assured.

Border crossing

To multiple border crossings between Germany and France, checks are made to prevent the fugitive offender crosses the border. The delays it causes to ninety minutes. How long the checks, in public transport and on the road, will persist, is still unclear.

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