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Nice attack: UAE citizens are safe in France, says UAE Embassy

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Filed on July 15, 2016 | Last updated on July 15, 2016 at 04.25 pm
A man holds a child after a truck plowed through Bastille Day revelers in the French resort city of Nice, France,
A man holds a child after a truck plowed through Bastille Day revelers in the French resort city of Nice, France,

The embassy also urged citizens to cooperate fully with the French security authorities and follow the required instructions.

The UAE Embassy to France has stated that the UAE citizens are safe, according to the latest report of the French police.

In a statement, the embassy said, "Due to the unfortunate events in the French city of Nice, the embassy calls on esteemed citizens to take caution and not to leave their residences unless necessary." To avoid any risk across France, they should stay at their residences despite the fact that the police warning is confined to the city of Nice, it added.

The embassy also urged citizens to cooperate fully with the French security authorities and follow the required instructions.

It called on Emiratis to register in the 'twajudi service' and communicate with the embassy in case of emergency through: /0144340200/ or Mobile: /0033642697327/.





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