Two Greeks slightly injured in London terror attack, Greek embassy press officer tells ANA radio

Two Greeks with minor injuries presented themselves at a London hospital roughly an hour after the terror attack on Westminster Bridge in London, the head of the Greek Embassy’s press office in London Alexis Georgiadis told the Athens-Macedonian News Agency (ANA) radio station ‘Praktorio 104.9’ on Thursday.

“We have requested information in writing, which we are now waiting for. In several communications on Wednesday but also on Thursday morning we were told there were no Greeks among the injured. [Prime Minister Theresa] May in her briefing said there were two injured, we had further communication, during which we were told that they were not among the injured that received first aid on the bridge or were transported by ambulance in serious condition but a Greek couple that walked in to a hospital on their own, roughly an hour after the attack, with very minor injuries,” he said.

The two Greeks that presented themselves at a London hospital after the terror attack in London are in good health and there are no other Greeks injured, Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias said on Thursday.
Kotzias made the statement during a joint press conference with visiting German Vice Chancellor and Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel after their meeting at the foreign ministry on Thursday.

The Greek foreign minister also expressed Greece’s support and solidarity with the British people and the British government.