Egypt: Hungary Condemns Taba Attack, Calls for Combating Terrorism in Egypt
18 February 2014
An Israeli soldier patrols on the Israeli side of the Taba border crossing between Egyptian city and the southern Israeli resort city of Eilat, after at least four people, including three South Koreans were killed, and 13 others injured in a bus explosion.
The Hungarian Foreign Ministry expressed its great shock over the terrorist attack by unidentified people which targeted a tourist bus in Taba.
The ministry said in a statement released by its embassy in Cairo on Tuesday 18/2/2014 that it strongly condemns all forms of terrorism including this vicious attack that left three Korean tourists and the driver dead, stressing its support to the Egyptian government in its efforts to fight terrorism.
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