Pakistan condemns Turkey airport attack, calls it a 'mindless act of terrorism'
Pakistan on Wednesday condemned the terror attack at Ataturk airport in Turkey that killed at least 36 people, terming it as 'mindless act of terrorism.'
Islamabad: Pakistan on Wednesday strongly condemned the terror attack at Ataturk airport in Turkish capital that killed at least 36 people, terming it as "mindless act of terrorism."
"We condemn this mindless act of terrorism in the strongest possible terms. We offer our heartfelt sympathies and condolences to the bereaved families and to the brotherly people and government of Turkey," the Foreign Office said.
"We also pray for the speediest and fullest recovery of those wounded in this despicable attack," it said.
Pakistan reiterates its condemnation of terrorism in all forms and manifestations, it said.
"Like always, we stand in strong solidarity with the fraternal people of Turkey in their fight against terrorism. There is no doubt that this scourge would be decisively defeated with Turkey's iron will and unshakeable resolve," it added.
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