Kurdistan Regional Government condemns New Zealand’s attack

15/3/2019 17:29:00

On Friday, Kurdistan Regional Government strongly condemned the terrorist attack on New Zealand that killed and wounded dozens of citizens.


In a statement, the Government’s spokesman, Safin Dzaiy said: Kurdistan Regional Government strongly condemns the terrorist attack on New Zealand, paying condolences to the families of the victims and the government of New Zealand.


He added: We hope that the perpetrators of the attack will be brought to justice in order to receive their fair punishment for such disastrous acts not be repeated anywhere.


In the frame of condemning this atrocious act, the Ministry of Endowment and Religious Affairs in KRG strongly condemned the attack on the two mosques in New Zealand, stressing the need to work to combat terrorism internationally.


In a statement, the Ministry said: The attack on New Zealand's mosques underscores the fact that terrorism is a global threat and no country is safe from the dangers of terrorism.


The statement added: The fight against terrorism is an international process and extremist ideology must be eradicated, strongly condemning the attack on the Muslims in New Zealand, praying for the dead to rest in peace and a quick recovery for the wounded.





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