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No Bangladeshi causalities

Bangladesh mission in the Hague confirms
DIPLOMATIC CORRESPONDENT, Dhaka
No Bangladeshi causalities

Bangladesh mission in the Hague, Netherlands has said they were yet to find or receive any report of casualties of Bangladeshi nationals during the firing incident at a tram in the city of Utrecht on March 18. A press release issued on Monday by the mission quoting the Utrecht police sources said the terror attack killed three people and injured at least 10 others.

The mission has requested all Bangladeshi immigrants living in the Utrecht town to follow the directives of the Dutch government to stay safe. The embassy has opened a hotline for any information about the incident. The hotline is +31-684123229.

The mission said it can be contacted over email (mission.hague@mofa.gov.bd) and its hotline to communicate information regarding the casualties of Bangladeshi nationals.

Besides, the Bangladeshi nationals living in Utrecht and its neighbouring areas can inform their relatives through social media saying they are safe, said the mission.

 

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