Islamabad: Pakistan on Tuesday said there is a need to forge unity against the enemies of humanity and Islam as it strongly condemned the spate of suicide attacks in Saudi Arabia, including one near the second holiest Islamic site in Medina.
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said in a message the people and government of Pakistan fully share the grief and shock of their Saudi brethren at this critical hour.
The terrorist attacks in Saudi Arabia claimed lives of four security personnel who were martyred last night, Radio Pakistan reported.
He prayed for eternal peace of the killed people and early recovery of those injured.
The Prime Minister also condemned the recent spate of terrorist incidents in different countries of the country.
He said there is a need to forge unity against the "enemies of humanity and Islam".
Sharif said Pakistan is strongly committed to eradicate terrorism in all its shapes and manifestations.
Chief of Army Staff General Raheel Sharif has condemned the terror attacks on Saudi Arabia.
He also called Saudi Defence Minster Prince Muhammad bin Salman and condemned terrorists' attacks in Saudi Arabia, ISPR said in a statement.
The COAS sympathised with affected families of attack victims and said, "We stand shoulder to shoulder with our Saudi brothers in fighting the menace of terrorism".
Also, Punjab Chief Minister, and brother of Sharif, Shahbaz Sharif strongly condemned blasts in various cities of Saudi Arabia.