PM Modi expressed grief over the killings in the church, said this

Oct 30 2020 11:01 AM
PM Modi expressed grief over the killings in the church, said this

New Delhi: Recently, Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi has tweeted a tweet condemning all the terror attacks in the church in Nice city of France. In his tweet, he said, 'His country is with France against terrorism'. You are all aware that an attacker has entered a church in the city of Nice in France and killed three people besides a woman. This has caused great grief to PM Modi and he has expressed grief by tweeting. In a tweet, he writes, 'I strongly condemn the terrorist incidents in recent times, including the attack on a church in France. We have deepest condolences to the families of the victims and the people of France. India stands with France in the fight against terrorism.


In addition, India strongly condemned the personal attacks on French President Emmanuel Macron after his tough stand on Islamic extremism. During that time India called it a violation of the most basic standards of international discourse. Yes, the Foreign Ministry had issued a statement in strong words. The statement also condemned the barbaric terrorist attack, in which a French teacher was beheaded and murdered.

In the statement issued by the ministry at that time, he said, "We condemn the brutal killing of a French teacher in a barbaric terrorist attack, which shocked the whole world." We express condolences to his family and the people of France. France is getting tremendous support in the Indian Internet media too. ' When this statement was given by the Ministry of External Affairs, following his statement, French Ambassador to India Emmanuel Lenin thanked India by tweeting that 'both countries can cooperate with each other in the war against terrorism'.

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