China, Qatar, others share grief with Pakistan
Deputy Chief of Mission Chinese Embassy at Pakistan, Lijian Zhao has strongly condemned the Mastung attack that killed at least 128 people, including Balochistan Awami Party (BAP) candidate Nawabzada Siraj Raisani.
Condemning the Mastung massacre, in his tweet, Lijian Zhao said that it is a matter of great shock and grief, adding that the attack was brutal one that is equally shocking for the people of his country.
The State of Qatar has strongly condemned the suicide attack that took place on Friday, killing and injuring dozens of people.
In a statement on Saturday, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs reiterated Qatar’s firm position rejecting violence and terrorism in all its forms and manifestations regardless of the motives or reasons.
The statement expressed Qatar’s condolences to the Pakistani government and people and to the families of the victims.
“Japan expresses its condolences to the terrorist attacks victims and the bereaved families”, Foreign Minister of Japan Taro Kono on Saturday. He said Japan also prays those injured for their earliest recovery.
No act of terrorism can be justified for whatever reason or purpose. Japan strongly condemns terrorism in all its forms and manifestations.
Japan expresses solidarity to the Government of Pakistan and their people and supports efforts by the Government of Pakistan to combat terrorism.
United States has strongly condemned suicide attacks on political candidates and their supporters in Balochistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa provinces. In a statement in Washington, US State Department spokesperson Heather Nauert said these attacks are cowardly attempts to deprive people of their democratic rights.
The spokesperson said Washington will continue to stand with the people of Pakistan in their fight against terrorism.
Saudi Arabia has strongly condemned suicide attacks in Mastung and Bannu. Saudi Arabian inistry of Foreign Affairs reiterated Kingdom solidarity with Pakistan against terrorism and extremism.