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Wide international condemnation and attacks Paris


Wide international condemnation and attacks Paris
We saw the center of Paris on Friday evening several shootings while dot explosions in the vicinity of France International Stadium in the north of the capital, killing at least 120 people were killed and wounded more than 200 injured.

The attacks have met with international reactions and wide, as the UN Security Council issued a statement condemning the "terrorist attacks barbaric and cowardly" in Paris.

The United States has expressed its support for France, and a source close to French President Francois Hollande dawn last Saturday during a telephone conversation with his US counterpart Barack Obama agreed to strengthen bilateral cooperation between the two countries to counter terrorism.

The source said that "Obama wanted to express his support for the French people about this terrible tragedy they are facing, and offer him the French president was dominated what happened", adding that the two presidents "reiterated their commitment to work closely in the area of ​​the face of terrorism, and continue contacts to exchange information during the hours and days the next. "

Moscow also denounced the attacks, the Kremlin said Russian President Vladimir Putin sent sincere condolences to Holland and all the French people in the wake of "the horrific terrorist attacks in Paris."

He said that "Russia strongly condemns this killing is humanitarian and is ready to provide any assistance and all assistance to terrorist investigation into these crimes."

As NATO confirmed he stood with France, said the secretary general of NATO Jens Stoltenberg "I am shocked depth of the terrorist attacks terrifying in Paris tonight. My feelings with the victims' families and with all those affected and with the people of France," and added "we stand strong and united in the war on terror. Terrorism will not be defeated democracy. "

In turn, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said in a statement: "I felt a deep tremor because of news and images that reach us from Paris. My feelings at this time with the victims of what appears to be a terrorist attack as well as their families and all the people in Paris."

She added that "the German government in contact with the French government, was quoted by the sympathy and solidarity of the German people" message, and the German Foreign Minister to attend a football between France and Germany match with Holland when he was attacked stadium.

Whereas, British Prime Minister David Cameron said on his account on Twitter, "I was shocked because of these events that took place in Paris tonight. Our thoughts and prayers are with the French people. We will do everything we can to help."

In Cairo, the Egyptian presidency condemned "in the strongest terms the outrageous terrorist incidents," said presidential spokesman Alaa Yousef President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi Egyptian ambassador in Paris was commissioned "to transfer my sincere condolences to the French political leadership, government and people of the Republic of France."

In Riyadh, an official in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that Saudi Arabia strongly condemns "the terrorist bombings acts of" witnessed by the French capital, expressing the condolences of the Kingdom -overnmh Haba- and to the families of the victims and the government and people of France.

"The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia stresses the foregoing that expressed the need for concerted international community and doubled for his efforts to eradicate this dangerous and destructive pest that target security and stability around the globe."

In Doha, the Qatar News Agency said that Qatar has expressed "strong disapproval of armed attacks and bombings in the French capital Paris."

In Abu Dhabi, UAE President Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, "Dan criminal terrorist attacks that took place in Paris," and sent a message to French President included solace in the victims.

In Kuwait, an official at the Kuwaiti Ministry of Foreign Affairs condemned the attacks, describing them as "cowardly."

In Ankara, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan condemned the attacks Paris, explaining that "the hostage-taking in Mnassapat lounge is can not be justified in all human and moral values."

Erdogan said "On behalf of the Republic of Turkey and the Turkish people extend my condolences to my counterpart Hollande and the French people in Paris the victims of attacks," he continued, "there should be a consensus among the international community about the fight against terrorism."

The Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said, "The brutal attacks in Paris aimed at all of humanity, so we strongly condemn them."

He said in a post on his personal account the social networking site Twitter, that "Turkey strongly condemns the attacks and solidarity with France against terrorism."

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