The victims of the terrorist attack in Barcelona this Thursday, between those killed and injured, are Spanish, French, German, Dutch, Argentine, Venezuelan, Belgian, Peruvian, Romanian, Irish, Cuban, Greek, Macedonian, British, Austrian, Pakistani, Taiwanese, Canadian, Ecuadorian, Australian, North American, Filipino, Kuwaiti, Turkish and Chinese.
In total, "more than twenty" nationalities. "The majority of those affected are apparently foreign nationals," the president of the Catalan government, Carles Puigdemont, has said in an interview with El Món on RAC1.
This is the first information about the victims of the terrorist attack in La Rambla, which left thirteen dead and a hundred injured. The French Ministry of Foreign Affairs informed on Friday that there were 26 French citizens who were injured, 11 of whom were in a serious condition.
According to official Australian sources, four people from Australia remain injured, one of them seriously, whilst another citizen is missing. "Eight Australians were affected, including four who were injured, three who have required consular assistance and one person who is missing," said the Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs, Julie Bishop.