April 22, 2024

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Sri Lanka: unanimous condemnation abroad after the attacks

In the aftermath of the bloody attacks in Sri Lanka, condemnations are unanimous across the world. Scott Morrisson, the Australian Prime Minister speaks of an atrocious attack on Christians and the innocent.

“ The terrible events that have taken place in your homeland, Sri Lanka, have damaged this beauty, the innocence of human life, and it is an unbelievably sad day … Our staff in Sri Lanka continued. to work to identify all Australians who may have been affected by these terrible events, “said Scott Morrison, Australian Prime Minister.

Also affected the Japanese Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe says he is ready to help the Sri Lankan authorities. ” I feel both deep sadness and extreme anger at what I say is absolutely unacceptable. Japan is determined to work with Sri Lanka and the international community in the fight against terrorism .”

Three Danes dead in the attacks

Denmark was directly damaged by the attacks. An emergency team was dispatched to Colombo, the capital. ” The Foreign Minister confirmed that 3 Danes were killed in the blasts. Their relatives have been warned. My most sincere sympathy goes out to the families of Danish victims. I just have no word for the ordeal that I am saying. they have to go through, my heart cries for them “, said Lars Løkke Rasmussen, Danish Prime Minister.

In Paris on Sunday evening, a vigil brought together dozens of Sri Lankans in tribute to the victims of the attacks. The Eiffel Tower went out an hour earlier than usual as a sign of solidarity.