British embassy book of condolence for Manchester

Book of condolence open at British embassy in Rome until midday on 24 May.

The British embassy in Rome has opened a book of condolence for the victims of the Manchester terror attack that killed 22 people and injured 59, many of them children, on 22 May.

The book of condolences is open at the British embassy to Italy, on Via XX Settembre 80/a, until midday on 24 May.

On 23 May Britain's ambassador to Italy Jill Morris welcomed Italian prime minister Paolo Gentiloni, who expressed his condolences in the book on behalf of Italy.

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