Gulf Cooperation Council condemns Paris attacks

By REUTERS
November 17, 2015 21:24

 
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Foreign ministers from states of the Gulf Cooperation Council on Tuesday strongly condemned the Paris attacks that led to at least 129 deaths and over 350 injuries last week.

GCC Secretary-General Abdul Latif Al Zayani stated in a report released after Tuesday's regular meeting in the Saudi capital Riyadh that all GCC members expressed their strongest condemnation of the extremists' attacks on Paris. He added the GCC would continue to battle against extremism and terrorism alongside France and the wider international community.

Gulf states, including Saudi Arabia, had expressed condolences to the French government and its people in various ways before the meeting began.

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