Robert Fico: Firing on Slovakia's PM, Biden to Putin condemned the attack

The condition of Slovakia's PM is said to be very serious. He is undergoing treatment in the hospital.

Slovakia's prime minister Robert Fico was fatally attacked on Wednesday, May 15. Heavy firing was fired at PM Robert Fico who was coming out after attending a cabinet meeting in Handlova. In which he got seriously injured. The police have detained a suspicious person after this incident. Injured PM Robert Fico was immediately taken to the nearest hospital. It is being told that the attacker fired five bullets at him, out of which one bullet hit his stomach. Global leaders condemned the attack on Robert Fico. Also wished for his speedy recovery.

US President Joe Biden and Secretary of State Antony Blinken condemned this incident. Joe Biden wrote, 'I am concerned to hear the news of the attack on Slovak prime minister Robert Fico. I wish him a speedy recovery and our thoughts are with his family and the people of Slovakia. We condemn this horrific act of violence. Our embassy is in touch with the government of slovakia and is ready to help. Secretary of State Antony Blinken wrote, 'The united states condemns the attack on Slovak prime minister Fico. Our condolences are with his family and the people of Slovakia. We wish him complete recovery.

Britain PM Rishi Sunak also supported

British prime minister Rishi Sunak said, 'I am shocked to hear this terrible news. All our condolences are with prime minister Fico and his family. Russian President Vladimir Putin condemned the attack on Fico. He said that he knows Fico to be a courageous person, these qualities of his will help him survive the difficult situation. Vladimir Putin wished Fico a speedy and complete recovery.

French President Emmanuel Macron wrote, 'Shocked by the news of the shooting of Slovak prime minister Robert Fico. I strongly condemn this attack. My condolences and solidarity with his family and the Slovak people. Germany's Chancellor Olaf Scholz called it a cowardly attack. He said that there should be no violence in european politics.

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