Azerbaijani Foreign Ministry condemns terrorist attacks in Egypt, Kuwait, Tunisia (UPDATE)
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Baku, Azerbaijan, June 30
By Seba Aghayeva - Trend:
Azerbaijani Foreign Ministry has condemned the terrorist attacks in Egypt, Kuwait and Tunisia.
Azerbaijan's Foreign Ministry strongly condemns the terrorist attack on Egypt's prosecutor general Hisham Barakat, said the statement from Azerbaijan's Foreign Ministry June 30.
As a country affected by terrorism, Azerbaijan strongly condemns all forms of terrorism and expresses solidarity with the people and government of Egypt in combating it.
Egypt's prosecutor general Hisham Barakat died following a bomb attack on his car June 29, according to the website of Al-Ahram newspaper.
The explosive device was placed under Barakat's parked car by unknown persons. Barakat died of his injuries in a hospital.
Azerbaijani Foreign Ministry expressed condolences to the relatives and friends of Hisham Barakat.
Azerbaijani Foreign Ministry also condemned the terrorist attacks in Kuwait and Tunisia.
Azerbaijan expresses solidarity with the people and government of Kuwait in combating terrorism, said the statement.
Azerbaijani Foreign Ministry expressed condolences to the relatives and friends of those killed as a result of the terrorist attacks in these countries and wished the injured speedy recovery.
The terrorist attack in Kuwait's capital claimed the lives of 27 people June 26.
The explosion occurred after Friday prayers at a Shiite mosque in the capital of Kuwait. The terrorist attack was committed by a suicide bomber, according to the preliminary data.
The most fatal terrorist attack in Tunisia's history was committed June 26. A local student shot tens of people in Tunisian resort of Sousse. The "Islamic State" terrorist organization claimed the responsibility for the attack.
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