A Statement By The Prime Minister Of Canada On Terrorist Attacks In Brussels, Belgium

Posted March 22nd, 2016 on Niagara At Large for the information of our NAL subscribers and the many others who visit our news and commentary site

The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, today (this March 22nd, 2016) issued the following statement after learning of a number of terrorist attacks in Brussels, Belgium:

“I am outraged and deeply saddened by the news that so many have been killed and injured in terrorist attacks targeting the people of Brussels, Belgium.justin-trudeau two

“Sophie and I join all Canadians in extending our deepest condolences to the families and friends of those killed. We also hope for a fast recovery to all those who have been injured.

“Canada stands by Belgium in this difficult time and has offered all possible assistance. We will continue to work closely with our allies and the international community to help fight and prevent terrorism here and abroad, and to bring to justice those who are responsible for planning and carrying out these senseless acts.

“Canadians mourn the loss of so many innocent victims. Our thoughts and prayers are with the people of Belgium.

“Canadian citizens in Brussels requiring emergency consular assistance should contact the Embassy of Canada in Brussels at 32 (2) 741-0611 or call Global Affairs Canada’s 24/7 Emergency Watch and Response Centre collect at +1 613 996 8885 or at +1 800 387 3124. An email can also be sent to  sos@international.gc.ca .

“Friends and relatives in Canada of Canadian citizens known to be in the area can contact Global Affairs Canada’s 24/7 Emergency Watch and Response Centre by calling 613-996-8885 or 1-800-387-3124, or by sending an email to  sos@international.gc.ca .”

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