NATIONAL POLICE CÓRDOBA VICTIMS TERRORISM

NATIONAL POLICE CÓRDOBA VICTIMS TERRORISM
NATIONAL POLICE CÓRDOBA VICTIMS TERRORISM

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The National Police celebrates its Day for the Victims of Terrorism in CórdobaVictor Castro

He National Police Corps in Cordova held the institutional event this Monday of the ‘Day of Victims of Terrorism in the National Police‘, with a training session outside and an event with a floral offering in the Visitor Reception Center of the capitalto remember its 188 victims, including three from the province of Córdoba between 1975 and 1979all this in the year that the Corps celebrates its 200th anniversary.

The event was chaired by the main commissioner, Dolores Lopezand the subdelegate of the Government in the province, Ana Lopezwith the assistance of the Minister of Justice, Local Administration and Public Function of the Junta de Andalucía, Jose Antonio Nieto; the delegate of the Board in the province, Adolfo Molinaand the second vice president and delegate of the Presidency, Interior Government and Housing of the Provincial Council, Martha Silesamong other institutional representatives and Cordoban society.

The National Police remembers its victims of terrorism in Córdoba.

In this regard, the subdelegate has expressed that “it is a day to remember all those who lost their lives and those who have suffered harm irreparable due to violence and hatred”, to which he added that “terrorism is a scourge that tries to destroy fundamental values on which society is built, freedom, justice, equality and peace.” “For the families and friends of the victims, their losses are indelible, their pain is deep and their daily struggle for moving forward is a testimony to their incredible strength,” he highlighted, to praise the work of the National Police, among other aspects.

Pay tribute

For her part, the commissioner has defended “pay tribute to all the men and women who gave their lives for freedom and security In our country; recognize their sacrifice and keep their memory alive, ensuring that their legacy endures over time, that future generations do not forget the high price that life cost, and remember the families who lost a loved one and the co-workers who “They lost a friend.”They were people who chose a profession that prioritized the well-being and safety of citizens.“, has underlined.

“They have given their lives and blood for this democracy”

AND Joaquín Vidal, president of the Andalusian Association of Victims of Terrorism, entity that turns 30 years in 2025, has asserted that “it was time for this day to be created, because life and blood have been given for this democracy”, while supporting that “peace be maintained in the democracy”, remembering “those who have endured that in this democracy terrorist murderers have created such an enormous stain on this country.

 
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