Hollande: Attack in Munich aimed at inciting fear in Germany
France will provide all necessary assistance to investigate the details
Shooting in Munich, which took place earlier on Friday, is the "terrorist attack". This was announced by French President Francois Hollande, reports Reuters.
"The terrorist attack that took place in Munich and claimed the lives of many people, is a heinous act, which is aimed at inciting fear in Germany after what happened in many European countries", - said the French leader.
Hollande said that France will provide all necessary assistance to investigate the details of what happened. He added that talks with the German Chancellor Angela Merkel, he plans to hold on 23 July.
"Germany will resist, it can rely on our friendship and cooperation", - said Hollande.
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