UK calls on India, Georgia to probe Israel embassy attacks

By JPOST.COM STAFF
February 13, 2012 16:56

 
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The United Kingdom condemned attacks Monday against Israeli embassies in Georgia and India that injured at least four people, calling on New Dehli and Tbilisi to fully investigate the incidents.

“I was shocked and appalled to hear of the attack today on an Israeli diplomatic vehicle in New Delhi and the failed attack on another vehicle in Tbilisi," UK Foreign Secretary William Hague said via a written statement, adding that "our thoughts are with those injured and their families."

Hague urged India and Georgia to investigate the "deliberate attacks on diplomatic staff" in New Dehli and Tbilisi.

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