The Polish government has send its condolences to the families of the victims in last night’s terrorist attacks in the French capital which claimed the lives of over 140 people.
“Together with the whole international community, we are deeply shocked by the series of terrorist attacks carried out in Paris on Friday. We strongly condemn this act of barbarity on an unprecedented scale,” a statement by the the Polish Foreign Ministry read.
Meanwhile, Polish President Andrzej Duda twittered – “Condolences to the French people especially families of the victims. We are with you in prayer and grief,”.
At least six terrorist attacks were carried out in Paris last night. At the nightclub Le Bataclan, which hosted a rock concert at the time, gunmen took visitors hostage and executed people randomly before special forces stormed the club.
A the Stade de France, where a friendly game between France and Germany was held, three bombs went off. Police reported that four people were killed. The game was attended by French President Francois Hollande, who was evacuated from the stadium. The game was played until the end despite the bombings.