Terror Attack at Manchester Arena 22nd May 2017
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs strongly condemns the terror attack-that took place in Manchester, UK, on 22nd May 2017 resulting in the murder and injury of innocent civilians.
This is an appalling crime that contradicts .all human values and principles. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs expresses its condolences to the families of the victims and to the friendly people and the government of Britain.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs reiterates its denouncement and condemnation of all acts of terror that spill innocent blood and terrorize peaceful citizens in a manner that is at variance with heavenly commandments and international laws and conventions.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs would like to express solidarity with and full support for the British Government and renew Sudan's call for the international community to intensify efforts and coordinate responses to confront all forms of criminal and
23rd May 2017
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