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Pakistan strongly condemns shooting incident at Saudi Embassy in The Hague

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ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: Pakistan has strongly condemned the shooting incident that targeted the Embassy of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in The Hague, a City in the Netherlands.

“The shameful attack blatantly violated all international laws and norms,” said a statement issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Islamabad on Friday.

The statement said that Pakistan appreciates prompt action by the Dutch authorities and hopes the perpetrators will soon be brought to justice.

The Hague - Pakistan has strongly condemned the shooting incident that targeted the Embassy of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in The Hague, a City in the Netherlands. “The shameful attack blatantly violated all international laws and norms,” said a statement issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Islamabad on Friday. The statement said that Pakistan appreciates prompt action by the Dutch authorities and hopes the perpetrators will soon be brought to justice. “Pakistan expresses solidarity with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia,” it further said. “We stand by the Kingdom against any threat to its safety and security.” On Thursday, several shots were fired at Saudi Arabia’s Embassy in The Hague; however, it caused no casualties. Meanwhile, the Dutch police have arrested a 40-year-old suspect from the nearby town of Zoetermeer for his alleged involvement in the shooting incident.
Foreign Office, Islamabad

“Pakistan expresses solidarity with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia,” it further said.

“We stand by the Kingdom against any threat to its safety and security.”

On Thursday, several shots were fired at Saudi Arabia’s Embassy in The Hague; however, it caused no casualties.

Meanwhile, the Dutch police have arrested a 40-year-old suspect from the nearby town of Zoetermeer for his alleged involvement in the shooting incident.

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