Widespread Arab and international condemnation of the terrorist attack in Moscow Widespread Arab and international condemnation of the terrorist attack in Moscow

Widespread Arab and international condemnation of the terrorist attack in Moscow

Widespread Arab and international condemnation of the terrorist attack in Moscow

Countries and international organizations announced their condemnation of the terrorist attack on a concert hall in the Russian capital, Moscow.

Countries and international organizations announced their condemnation of the terrorist attack on a concert hall in the Russian capital, Moscow.

European Commission spokesman Peter Stano said, in a post on the “X” platform, that the European Union was “shocked and horrified” by the news of the attack.

He added that the European Union "condemns every attack targeting civilians, and our hearts are with all citizens affected by the attack in Russia."

In turn, Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev condemned the “horrific terrorist attack,” offering his condolences to the Russian people and the families of the victims, and hoping for a speedy recovery for the wounded.

Aliyev also sent a message of condolence to his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, according to a statement by the Azerbaijani presidency.

For its part, Iran expressed its condemnation of the terrorist attack in Moscow, through its Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian, through a post on the “X” platform. Abdullahian offered his condolences to the Russian people and government.

He added, "The joint and effective war against terrorism requires serious and non-discriminatory measures on the part of the international community."

Arab countries also condemned the armed terrorist attack that led to dozens of deaths, declaring their solidarity with Russia.

This came in official statements issued by Saudi Arabia, the Emirates, Qatar, Egypt, Jordan and Palestine.

In a statement by its Foreign Ministry, Saudi Arabia condemned the attack, stressing “the importance of fighting and combating all forms of extremism and terrorism.”

The Kingdom expressed its "sincere condolences and sincere sympathy on this painful incident, wishing security and safety for Russia and its people, and a speedy recovery for the injured."

In Abu Dhabi, the UAE, through a statement by its Foreign Ministry, strongly condemned the Moscow attack, describing it as “terrorist,” and expressing its “strong denunciation of these criminal acts.”

She expressed her "deepest condolences and sympathy to the Russian government and people, and to the families and loved ones of the victims as a result of this heinous crime, and her wishes for a speedy recovery for all those injured."

Qatar also expressed, in a statement by its Foreign Ministry, its “strong condemnation and denunciation” of the attack.

It reiterated its “steadfast stance of rejecting violence and terrorism, regardless of the motives and reasons.”

Egypt, in turn, condemned, through a statement by its Foreign Ministry, in the “strongest terms” the Moscow attack, expressing its “sincere condolences and sincere sympathies to the government and people of Russia in this painful tragedy and to the families of the victims.”

For its part, Jordan, in a statement by its Foreign Ministry, condemned the attack, expressing “the Kingdom’s solidarity with Russia in this painful tragedy, and its absolute rejection and denunciation of this cowardly terrorist act.”

The Jordanian Foreign Ministry offered "condolences to the families of the victims and wishes a speedy recovery to the injured."

The Palestinian presidency also expressed, in a statement, its strong condemnation and denunciation of the attack, describing it as “terrorist.”

It affirmed its "solidarity and standing by the Russian leadership and the friendly Russian people, and its keenness to stabilize the situation" in the country.

The Hamas movement condemned the attack, and said in a statement on the movement’s account on the Telegram platform, “We condemn in the strongest terms the terrorist attack that targeted civilians in Moscow, leaving dozens dead and wounded.” That came.

She offered her "deepest condolences to the Russian leadership and people, and the families of the victims of this criminal attack," and wished "a speedy recovery to the injured."

Earlier Friday, the Russian Federal Security Service announced that 40 people were killed and at least 100 others were injured, according to preliminary data, as a result of an “armed terrorist attack” on a concert hall in the capital, Moscow.

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  1. It's heart-wrenching.

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