One Macedonian citizen injured in Barcelona terror attack

A Macedonian national was injured in the terrorist attacks that took place in Barcelona yesterday. This morning, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced that the Macedonian citizen is in a hospital in Barcelona and is not in a critical condition.

“According to the Macedonian Embassy in Spain, the Macedonian citizen is currently being treated in a hospital in Barcelona. During the attack, the person was in the immediate vicinity and has a broken ankle. The individual in question is not in a critical condition and is being treated by the Spanish medical services”, reads the statement from the MFA.

A representative from the Macedonian Embassy, immediately after receiving the information, went to the hospital where the injured Macedonian national is located.

The attack was carried out by a van that drove into pedestrians near Cataluña Square in the centre of Barcelona, 13 people were killed and dozens have been injured.


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