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Brussels, 16 June 2017.
Please find below some of the speeches given on the first and second days of the ETUC Mid-Term Conference held in Rome from 29 to 31 May, 2017.
29 May 2017 - Opening Event: ETUC Celebrating the 60th Anniversary of the Treaty of Rome
Introduction by Luca Visentini, General Secretary, ETUC, here.
Commenting on the attack in London, ETUC General Secretary Luca Visentini said
"The ETUC is appalled by this vicious and senseless attack. We are in solidarity with London, and our hearts go out to the victims, their families and loved ones.
"We salute the security, medical and other workers dealing with this cowardly attack.
"European countries must stand together against terrorism, we must not be intimidated."
ETUC General Secretary Luca Visentini said
"I am horrified by the loss of life and injuries in Manchester last night. The thoughts of the European trade union movement are with the victims and their loved ones.
"We are grateful as ever to the emergency workers dealing with the aftermath of this horrific incident."
The European Trade Union Confederation sends its solidarity and condolences to the victims of the St Petersburg terrorist attack and the people of St Petersburg.
"I am shocked and saddened by the news of the terrorist attacks in the metro of St Petersburg,” said ETUC General Secretary Luca Visentini. “Unfortunately, it is not the first time that the citizens of this beautiful city have suffered from such a tragedy. My thoughts and sympathies are with the victims, their families and with the Russian people. Nothing can justify such acts of barbarism."