French ambassador to Cairo André Parant at the French community in Egypt's national mourning event (Photo:The French embassy in Egypt)
The French embassy in Egypt opened on Sunday a condolences registry at its headquarters in Giza for the victims of the Paris terrorist attacks.
According to the embassy, the condolence registry will be open from 10am to 12pm and from 2pm to 6pm for three days starting Sunday.
Since early Sunday, the embassy began to receive both French citizens as well Egyptian and foreigners who mourned the victims.
On its official Facebook page, the French embassy in Giza shared photos of a gathering of the French community in Cairo to mourn the victims.
On Friday, a series of terrorist attacks hit the French capital killing 129 people and injuring 352 others, including 99 who are currently in critical condition.
The Islamic State militant group claimed responsibility for the attacks.