PM sends condolences to India following deadly terror attack

February 15, 2019 11:17
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has sent his condolences to India following a deadly terrorist attack in Kashmir, close to the Pakistan border, which killed at least 40 Indian paramilitary police.

Netanyahu tweeted India's Prime Minister Neranda Modi on Friday morning saying, "Prime Minister Modi, we are with you, and we are with the security forces and the people of India following this criminal attack."We send our condolences to the families of the victims," he added.

On Thursday, a suicide bomber rammed his car into a bus carrying the security forces in what's been deemed the deadliest attack in decades on security forces in the disputed region, raising tensions with the country's long-known enemy Pakistan.

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