No Brazilian Victims in London Terror Attack

Brazil’s Ministry of Foreign Relations, the Itamaraty, informed that, as of this moment, no Brazilians are reported to be among the victims of this morning’s attack in London.

The British capital was rocked by four explosions that killed over 30 people and seriously wounded at least 150. Three of the explosions occurred in underground stations, and the fourth destroyed a bus.


The Brazilian General Consulate and Embassy in London continue to accompany the rescue operations to discover whether any Brazilians were injured in the blasts.


Anyone interested in obtaining information on Brazilian citizens in London should get in touch with the Consular Assistance Division (DAC) of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs at the following telephone numbers: 55-61-3411-6978, extension 206, or 55-61-3411-6456, or by electronic mail at dac@mre.gov.br.


Information may also be obtained directly from the Brazilian General Consulate in London at the folowing numbers: 4420-79253982/3983, 4477-678-0248, or 4479-584-4012.


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