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Italy condemns terror attack in Moscow, increases security nationwide

Italy has condemned the terror attack at a suburban Moscow concert hall, which killed at least 133 people and injured over 100. Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni called it “the massacre of innocent civilians” and the Italian government firmly denounced the act of terrorism. Italian President Sergio Mattarella expressed solidarity with the victims and called for global cooperation against terrorism.

In response to the attack, Italy has increased security measures at key transportation, cultural, and religious sites across the country. The Ministry of the Interior has raised the security level at “sensitive” locations in Rome and other cities, including airports, train stations, and key cultural and religious sites. A special meeting is scheduled for Monday to assess potential risks following the Moscow attack.

The terror attack in Moscow has prompted a strong reaction from Italy, with leaders condemning the violence and expressing support for the victims. The international community has been urged to unite in the fight against terrorism, as countries like Italy take steps to enhance security measures in response to the tragic event.


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