World leaders condemned Paris terror attacks and called it an attack against humanity
Islamabad, Pakistan: World leaders have condemned Paris terror attacks and called it an attack on humanity by senseless people.
President Barack Obama offered his support to the French people at a press conference Friday evening.
“Once again we’ve seen an outrageous attempt to terrorize innocent civilians,” Obama said. “This is not an attack just on Paris. This is not an attack on all of France. This is an attack on all of humanity and the values we share.”
Russian President Vladimir Putin has offered his deep condolences for the “series of monstrous terrorist attacks in Paris.” He has offered his solidarity to French President Francois Hollande and to the people of France, the Kremlin’s press secretary, Dmitry Peskov told RIA.
Peskov added that Russia condemns such acts, and will offer any help it can to bring those responsible for attacks to justice.
Prime Minister Pakistan Mian Nawaz Sharif called this news shocking and barbaric attack and said that his country stood with French people during this time of pain. He said terrorism has no religion and face and terrorists are enemies of humanity.
According to India media, Prime Minister Modi expressed his deep sorrow over Paris terror attacks and said that whole world must stand together to fight out terrorism.
It may be mentioned that Paris rocked with coordinated terror attacks that including two suicide bombings and two firing incidents conducted by terrorists at different parts of the city including outside the stade de France stadium where French President was watching France-Germany friendly match. According to initiate reports, at least 60 people were found dead in coordinated terrorist attacks at different places due to firing and suicide bombings. Reports suggest that over 100 persons are hostages in the hands of terrorists. Unconfirmed reports say that PARIS MAYOR ANNE HIDALGO AT HOSTAGE SCENE. Hostages are in BATACLAN THEATER. Involvement of Islamist terrorists could not be ruled out, said French media