19 August 2017

Sudan: FM Expresses Condemnation to Barcelona Terrorist Incidents

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Crews arrive in Brussels to assess damage to the Maelbeek metro station (file photo).

Khartoum — The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has expressed its strong condemnation to the terrorist attack that took place in the Spanish city of Barcelona on Thursday, which claimed the lives of many innocent civilians and wounded dozens, in a shocking crime that contradicts all humanitarian values and principles.

The ministry in statement issued, Saturday offered its condolences to the families of the victims, the wounded, the people and the Spanish government.

The FM Reiterates its rejection and condemnation of all acts of terrorism, the shedding of the blood of innocents and the intimidation of the safe, which is rejected by all divine and international laws.

The ministry announced Sudan's full solidarity, support to the Spanish government in all measures it takes to safeguard the safety and security of its citizens, and renewed its call on the international community to intensify its efforts and cooperation in confronting all forms of terrorist and criminal activities.


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