Xi, Guterres condemn terrorist attack

Observer Report

Beijing/New York

Chinese President Xi Jinping Sunday sent a condolence message to his Pakistani counterpart, Mamnoon Hussain, over Friday’’s terror attack in southwestern Pakistan that killed 128 people and injured 200 others.
In his message, President Xi offered his deepest condolences to all the victims on behalf of the Chinese government and the Chinese people. He also expressed his most sincere sympathies to the families of those deceased in the tragedy. President Xi said that terrorism is the common enemy of human beings, adding, China firmly opposes terrorism of all forms and strongly condemns the attack. He said that China firmly supports the unremitting efforts made by the Pakistani government.
The United Nations also strongly condemned the heinous and cowardly terrorist attack in Mastung in which 128 people lost their lives and two hundred injured.
In a statement, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres expressed deepest sympathy and condolences to the families of the victims and Pakistan and wished a speedy and full recovery to those who were injured. The United Nations Security Council has also strongly condemned the “heinous” terrorist attacks in Pakistan.

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