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French Embassy opens condolence book following Bastille Bay terror attack

The French Embassy in Fiji held a minute silent vigil in memory of the victims of the Bastille Day attack in southern France last week. Following the Bastille Day terrorist attack in Nice, southern France, the French Embassy in Suva has opened a condolence book. French Embassy Public Relations Advisor, Moira Vilsoni said the condolence […]

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July 20, 2016 8:00 am

The French Embassy in Fiji held a minute silent vigil in memory of the victims of the Bastille Day attack in southern France last week.

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BRED Bank Head and French national Frederic Reynaud signs the condolence book at the French Embassy office in Suva yesterday. (French Embassy)

Following the Bastille Day terrorist attack in Nice, southern France, the French Embassy in Suva has opened a condolence book.

French Embassy Public Relations Advisor, Moira Vilsoni said the condolence book signing is open until today for people who want to express their condolences.

VILSONI: “A book of condolence for the victims of the latest terrorist attack in France opened yesterday at the French Embassy office.We also acknowledge the kind messages and the solidarity that have been received and shown at the embassy since the attack”.

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New Zealand High Commissioner to Fiji, His Excellency Mark Ramsden at the French Embassy for the condolence book signing yesterday. (France in Fiji/Facebook)

The book will be opened from 9am to 5pm to allow the Fijian, French and diplomatic community to express their sympathies and support to the families and friends of those who died in the attacks in Nice, France.

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