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The attack in Melbourne on Friday killed two Australian citizens, including the daughter of foreign minister Bob Carr, as well as a New South Wales man and their local councillor, and wounded two others.
Malcolm Turnbull has offered his condolences to the victims. Australia will be a safe country for Australians and his government will continue to monitor all foreign terrorist threats, the prime minister said on Saturday afternoon.
“At this time I would also like to offer my condolences to the families of the victims,” Turnbull said.
“Australians are Australians first and always. This is not about ideology or identity. This is about ensuring people have the protection and stability they need when they travel internationally.”
Malcolm Turnbull (@TurnbullMalcolm) Australia is a safe place. There are no terror attacks taking place. Our condolences go out to the families and loved ones of all involve모바일 카지노d. — ABC News (@ABC) November 19, 2017
The ABC understands that two local people including the cousin of the deceased have been taken to Melbourne’s Royal Alfred Hospital to be treated for their wounds.
Carr had been expected to be present at a meeting of the Australian federal police over the weekend to discuss the attack, where senior police have described it as a “brave and sophisticated and well-planned” operation by a terrorist group.
The ABC understands some of the Sydney attackers may be on the run but others are believed to have been arrested in Australia.
In a letter to Carr and the ABC, Abbott’s former national security adviser, Christopher Pyne, urged Australian security authorities to work with his former department.
“I wish you and your family as well as the Australians affected a speedy recovery. I feel extremely confident that a responsible and transparent federal government, including the prime minister, would take appropriate steps in conjunction with other state and territory government forces to provide full and swift assistance to our Australian partners at this time,” Pyne wrote to Carr and the other senior members of the Australian federal government over the we수원출장샵출장ekend.
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