Abu Dhabi crown prince condemns terrorist attacks in France

CAIRO (Reuters) - Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed al-Nahyan expressed his condemnation of recent terrorist attacks in France, during a phone call with president Emanuel Macron, state news agency WAM reported on Sunday. The prince stressed his rejection of hate speech, and any justification for crime, violence and terrorism, WAM said. (Reporting by Samar Hassan)

Reuters November 02, 2020 00:11:16 IST
Abu Dhabi crown prince condemns terrorist attacks in France

Abu Dhabi crown prince condemns terrorist attacks in France

CAIRO (Reuters) - Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed al-Nahyan expressed his condemnation of recent terrorist attacks in France, during a phone call with president Emanuel Macron, state news agency WAM reported on Sunday.

The prince stressed his rejection of hate speech, and any justification for crime, violence and terrorism, WAM said.

(Reporting by Samar Hassan)

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