The Mayor of Paris, Anne Hidalgo, at Barcelona’s side.
The Mayor of Madrid, Manuela Carmena, sends a message of support to the city of Barcelona
Message of support to the city of Barcelona from the Mayor of Boston, Marty Walsh.
An extraordinary meeting of the Local Security Board agrees to step up the police presence and study additional preventive measures.
Meeting with the economic players to assess the situation after the attack on La Rambla.
Manifestos of condemnation and a minute’s silence at the two annual festivals, which started up again after three days of official mourning.
The route starts in Jardinets de Gràcia and ends in Plaça de Catalunya.
Public service. Barcelona city services are still assisting anyone who needs help following the attack on La Rambla.
100,000 people have come out on the streets to shout "I’m not afraid", a massive response by local people against the attack on La Rambla and in support of the victims
Except round Plaça de Catalunya and La Rambla, public transport and municipal facilities have resumed normal service
“The avalanche of solidarity makes us strong. Barcelona is a city of peace, open to the world and proud of its diversity”
Minute’s silence at 12 midday, this Friday, in Plaça de Catalunya, in solidarity with the victims of the terrorist attack on the Rambla. Three days of official mourning have been declared.
Economy. Barcelona City Council, cultural facilities and research centres in the city join forces to call for a review of VAT being claimed on public subsidies in these sectors.