Attacked the diplomatic headquarters of Italy in Barcelona and Berlin

The Italian government expressed its concern about the two attacks that took place on Friday To the diplomatic headquarters of Italy in Barcelona and Berlin. This was stated in a press release issued by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs: “In Barcelona, ​​unknown persons broke the window glass of the building where the Consulate General is located, which led to the staining of a wall at the entrance to the building with paint. . Yesterday too [el viernes] The car carrying a diplomatic plate belonging to a diplomatic official in the service of the Italian embassy was set on fire.”

The statement added that the police “executed the Scientific and research analysis it is necessary. Fortunately, no injuries were reported in either case.


The two attacks took place two months after the attack on Susanna Schlein, No. 2 of the Italian Embassy in Athens, which was later claimed by the Greek anarchists. The foreign minister, Antonio Tajani, personally contacted the embassy in Berlin and the consulate in Barcelona to express their “solidarity” He called for “clarification of the dynamics of these criminal acts as soon as possible.” The minister ordered to “strengthen the diplomatic headquarters and their staff.”

The Prime Minister, Giorgia Meloni, expressed her and the government’s concern about the attacks: “I have sent my solidarity and that of the Italian government to the Principal Counselor of the Italian Embassy in Berlin, Luigi Estero, for the attack he said caused the fire in his car in the German capital. Added to this episode are acts of vandalism at our Consulate General in Barcelona.

The government continues with concern These new cases of violence against our officials and diplomatic representations, “Melloni concludes.

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