The Embassy’s Facebook account features a message urging people to stay in their apartments and offices. In case they need shelter, they should use hashtag #portesouvertesnice.
As is known, at least 80 people deceased, about 150 more were wounded in the terrorist attack in Nice, France. The terrorist, presumably ISIS militant, ran into the crowd as he was driving and shooting people in streets. The police killed him and later found more weapons and explosives in the truck. Identity papers of a French-Tunisian were also discovered, according to a police source quoted by news agency AFP (Sky News).
Leading political figures from around the globe expressed condolences to the French nation and the government.