ATHENS – Former Prime Minister of Greek Lucas Papademos was hurt when an explosive device blasted inside his car, State TV said.
The state TV revealed that Papademos had wounds in legs and cheats, and feeling difficulty in a breath, but his life is out of danger.
Reports showed that Papademos had served as a Prime Minister of Greece from 2011 to 2012; his two guards are also wounded in the accident.
Police told that a number of people hurt by the blast but could not say if the former PM also in the car at the time of the blast.
No militant group has claimed the responsibility of the attack, at the time of attack Papademos was in the armored car.
In March, Greek anarchist group Conspiracy of Fire Nuclei mailed a letter bomb that injured a secretary at the International Monetary Funds in Paris.
A suspected Washington-based terror organization sent letter bombs to foreign embassies in Greece.