Pashinyan: Our prayers are with the people of Austria

Pashinyan: Our prayers are with the people of Austria

PanARMENIAN.Net - Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said Tuesday, November 3 that the Armenian people's prayers are with the people of Austria.

"Nagorno Karabakh has been fighting against the Azerbaijani-Turkish terrorist tandem for over a month now," Pashinyan said on Twitter.

"I share the grief of the people of Austria, wish patience to the families of the victims, and a speedy recovery to those wounded."

At least four civilians and one attacker were killed and about 15 injured in the attack near the Stadttempel synagogue in the Austrian capital of Vienna on Monday, November 2 night. One of the gunmen on the run after the rampage.

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