US condemns terrorist attacks in France, Kuwait, Tunisia
Updated: 2015-06-27 05:31
The United States condemned Friday in the strongest terms the terrorist attacks in France, Kuwait and Tunisia, the White House said in a statement.
"Our thoughts and prayers are with the victims of these heinous attacks, their loved ones, and the people of all three countries," said the statement by the Press Secretary of the White House, noting "The President has discussed with his French, Kuwait, and Tunisian counterparts in recent weeks, we are resolute and united in our shared effort to fight the scourge of terrorism."
"Terrorism has no place in any society, and the United States will continue to work closely with our international partners to combat terrorist actors and counter violent extremism around the globe," the statement concluded.
The US State Department spokesperson John Kirby also delivered a statement condemning the "horrifying terrorist attacks " in the strongest possible terms.
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