International Community’s Response To Peshawar Attack

International Community's Response To Peshawar Attack

International Community's Response To Peshawar Attack

PESHAWAR – Brutal attack on Peshawar School and killing of 141 people including 132 children was not only a blackest day of Pakistan but also gave a sad shock to world community.

All countries of world has condemned the incident and gave their message of solidarity with Pakistani people.

Strategic partner of Pakistan in war against terrorism US’ President Barack Obama in a statement said “The United States condemns in the strongest possible terms today’s horrific attack.”
US Ambassador to Pakistan Richard Olson condemned the attack in a statement, saying “The United States strongly condemns senseless and inhumane attacks on innocent students and educators, and stands in solidarity with the people of Pakistan, and all who fight the menace of terrorism.”
Secretary of State John Kerry said “the perpetrators of this act of terror must be brought to justice.”

British Prime Minister David Cameron condemned the attack and expressed deep shock at the tragedy. Cameron tweeted “The news from Pakistan is deeply shocking. It’s horrifying that children are being killed simply for going to school.”

War on terror suffering state Afghanistan’s President Ashraf Ghani condemned the attack and said “The killing of innocent children is contrary to Islam.”

Brother country of Pakistan Bangladesh’s Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina in a statement said “People across the world are stunned and shocked by this barbaric and heinous massacre.”

Neighboring country of Pakistan China’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Qin Gang in a statement said “We are deeply shocked and grieved by the attack and condemn in the strongest terms the terrorists. China will continue to firmly support the unremitting Pakistani efforts to fight terrorism, safeguard national stability and save people’s lives.”

Even having hostile relations with Pakistan Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi condemned the attack. “It is a senseless act of unspeakable brutality that has claimed lives of the most innocent of human beings – young children in their school.”

Modi said on his Twitter account. “My heart goes out to everyone who lost their loved ones today. We share their pain & offer our deepest condolences.

Turkey declared this day as National Mourning in Turkey.

Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Marziyeh Afkham in a press conference said “This is a totally un-Islamic and inhumane action.”

Also Canada, Germany , Spain,  Sri Lanka, South Aafrica, Philippines , Nepal, Italy, France and other countries recorded their condemn on the attack on children.

Other Inter governmental Organizations (IGOs) also protested against this brutal attack on children.

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