Nepal denounces terror attacks in Norway
Nepal strongly condemned the twin attacks in Norway that left 92 people dead, describing the terror strikes as "cowardly acts of terrorism."
Kathmandu: Nepal on Saturday strongly condemned
the twin attacks in Norway that left 92 people dead,
describing the terror strikes as "cowardly acts of terrorism."
In separate messages, President Ram Baran Yadav, Prime
Minister Jhalanath Khanal and Deputy Prime Minister and
Foreign Minister Upendra Yadav condoled the death of innocent
people in Norway.
"I am deeply saddened to hear the news about the loss
of precious lives and property in the bomb blast in Oslo and
the indiscriminate firing in Utoeya," the message read.
"We denounce and strongly condemn such dastardly acts
of terrorism," President Yadav has said in the message sent to
Norwegian King Herald V.
Prime Minister Khanal also extended heartfelt
sympathies to the government and people of Norway and the
members of the bereaved families.
"We strongly condemn such acts of terrorism in all
forms and manifestations," he said in the message sent to
Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg.
Foreign Minister Yadav also sent a similar message to
his Norwegian counterpart Jonas Gahr Store while condemning
the "cowardly acts of terrorism."