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Abdullah bin Zayed condemns Kenya terror attack

posted on 04/04/2015: 1094 views



H.H. Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the UAE Foreign Minister, has strongly condemned the cowardly terrorist attack at Kenya's Garissa University that left 147 people dead, mostly students.

Stressing that this brutal and abominable crime exposes the inhumanity of its perpetrators, H.H. Sheikh Abdullah expressed the UAE's solidarity with the Kenyan government in the fight against terrorism.

He emphasised that such terrorist acts can only make our determination and belief stronger in our firm stance against extremism and terrorism.

H.H. Sheikh Abdullah called upon the international community to be united in solidarity to counter all forms and manifestations of terrorism.

H.H. the Foreign Minister expressed his condolences to the Government of Kenya and to the families of the victims of the attack. – Emirates News Agency, WAM - http://www.wam.ae/en/news/emirates/1395278851272.html

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