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IHRC Report on the Egyptian Terrorist act in "GIZA" 

Editor Office - Dr. Mohamede Kouta 

The Executive Member of the International Commission on Human Rights Middle East ContinuedBy telephoning the Vietnamese ambassador in Cairo Tran Thanh CongTo offer condolences in the incident of the victims of the Marioute busTalk was made with the embassy's secretary, Tuan Anh , who expressed his special thanks for telephone calls and the efforts of the Egyptian government to contain the situation quicklyFull details of the Marriotia bus accident with the pyramidThe Interior Ministry said in a statement that at around 6:15 pm, an improvised explosive device was detonated next to a fence on Al-Marioutiya Street in Giza during a tourist bus. A bomb hit a bus carrying 15 Vietnamese tourists and a passenger from the Vietnamese company Saigontorest And some Egyptians near the pyramids of Giza on Friday, killing four people, including three Vietnamese tourists and an Egyptian tour guide.Immediately moved the security apparatus, to the scene of the accident, and the completion of the examination.The security services paid fighting groups to the site of the explosion of the tourist bus and the closure of the entrances and exits of the province while Major General Mustafa Shehata, Assistant Minister of Interior for the security of Giza to the scene of the incident to find out the circumstances of the incident.The Prime Minister and Minister of Housing, Utilities and Urban Communities, Dr. Mostafa Madbouli, accompanied by Dr. Hala Zayed, Minister of Health and Population, visited the Haram Hospital to check on the health of the tourists who were injured in an improvised explosive device attack on a tourist bus on Al-Mariouteya Street in Giza Governorate.The Prime Minister also called for all necessary medical care to be provided to the victims of the accident and wished them speedy recovery. He stressed the intensification of security efforts to uncover the circumstances of the incident as soon as possible and to bring the perpetrators to justice to receive the deterrent punishment. Which will affect the security of this homeland and threaten the safety of its citizens and visitors.The ambassador of Vietnam in Cairo, Tran Thanh Cong , arrived at the General Pyramid Hospital to check on the condition of the victims of the tourist bus accident.Health Minister Dr. Hala Zayed and Dr. Rania Al Mushat, Minister of Tourism and the Vietnamese Ambassador, met with him to explain the details of the case of the victims and the victims of the accident, which resulted in the death of four cases and the injury of 10 others, most of them Vietnamese tourists."I strongly condemn the attack on a bus carrying tourists in Giza that killed and wounded innocent people," Ambassador Ivan Sorcoush, the EU ambassador in Cairo, said in a statement. He stressed the European Union's support for Egypt in the war against terrorism, saying: «The European Union stands side by side with Egypt in the war against terrorism»British Ambassador in Cairo, Jeffrey Adams, condemned the cowardly terrorist bombing that targeted a bus for foreign tourists in the Mariouteya area, which resulted in the death of Vietnamese tourists.He stressed his confidence in the ability of Egypt's leadership and people in the face of terrorism and victory over it, stressing that the despicable terrorism will not undermine the determination of the Egyptians to promote their homelandInternational, Arab and local condemnations followed the terrorist incidentHe stressed his confidence in the ability of Egypt's leadership and people in the face of terrorism and victory over it, stressing that the despicable terrorism will not undermine the determination of the Egyptians to promote their homelandEgypt has battled Islamic militants for years in the Sinai Peninsula in an insurgency that has occasionally spilled over to the mainland, hitting minority Christians or tourists. However, this is the first attack to target foreign tourists in almost two years.The attack takes place as Egypt's vital tourism industry is showing signs of recovery after years in the doldrums because of the political turmoil and violence that followed a 2011 uprising that toppled former leader Hosni Mubarak.It will likely prompt authorities to further tighten security around churches and associated facilities ahead of the New year's Eve celebrations and next month's Christmas celebrations of the Coptic Orthodox Church, the dominant denomination among Egypt's estimated 10 million Christians.Over the past two years, militant attacks against Christians in Egypt — usually targeting churches or buses carrying pilgrims to remote desert monasteries — have killed over a hundred people 

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