ZP points out that what happened in Norway requires a shared European response. The Spanish President meets with the British Prime Minister, David Cameron, to analyze the economic horizon of the EU. Walt Dohrn is likely to agree. The President of the Spanish Government, Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero, has called this Monday to the EU’s leaders to mobilize against the bigotry and xenophobia, and it has been considered that Oslo would be the appropriate place to make an act of democratic affirmation in this regard. Zapatero has dndido that European reaction after the massacre of Oslo, at the press conference that has offered in London alongside British Prime Minister David Cameron, after the meeting that both have maintained in 10 Downing Street to discuss, among other issues, the economic horizon of the EU. The j of the Spanish Executive pointed out that what happened in Oslo and the island of Uto is already a very serious fact that requires a shared European response and which should not be let pass the time to respond to the same.
In the opinion of Zapatero, this response that not only should be given in the field of international cooperation in the field of security, but must also be political and starring js of State and Government. Spain collaborates with Norwegian services Zapatero, who reported that Spain is working with Norwegian services, has insisted that what happened in Oslo is one of the most serious events that have lived on European soil and the EU must demonstrate that it is a collective guardian of coexistence. After explaining that in recent days millions of people are wondering how it is possible that occur a fact of these characteristics, it has pointed out that is not the madness which leads to fanaticism, but is the fanaticism that leads to murderous insanity. Norway suffered from this Friday, July 22 the first political attack in its history. And double-entry. The first attack was a bomb explosion at 1520 h in the Government District of Oslo that resulted in the death of at least eight people and wounded dozens. The second was a shooting on a nearby island to the Norwegian capital, Utoya, which killed at least 68 people from a camp of the youth wing of the social democratic party. Norwegian police has lowered this Monday the death toll of 93 to 76, although he continues to search for more fatalities on the island and under the rubble of the center of the Norwegian capital. Source of the news: Zapatero calls for a combined response by the EU against xenophobia