Arab League, Egypt Condemn Deadly Hotel Attack In Somalia

CAIRO, Egypt The Arab League (AL) condemned on Sunday, the recent deadly terrorist attack on a hotel in Somalia, that left tens of people dead and wounded, the Cairo-based pan-Arab body said.

The AL reiterates its full solidarity with the people and government of Somalia, in their confrontation of the threat represented in the Al-Shabaab terrorist movement, and supports all the measures they take to maintain security and stability all over Somalia, AL Secretary-General, Ahmed Aboul-Gheit, said in the statement.

Egypt also expressed rejection of the terror attack on the hotel in Somalia, according to a statement released on Sunday, by the Egyptian Foreign Ministry.

Egypt will continue its support for the Somali federal government, to rebuild the state institutions and achieve security and stability in Somalia, said the Egyptian statement.

On Saturday, at least 26 people were killed and 56 others injured, in a deadly terrorist attack at a hotel in the Somali port town of Kismayo.

According to a UN report, the armed conflict in Somalia, due to Al-Shabaab’s rebellion, has left more than 2,000 people dead and over 2,500 wounded, from Jan, 2016 to Oct, 2017.

Source: NAM NEWS NETWORK

Arab League, Egypt Condemn Deadly Hotel Attack In Somalia

CAIRO, Egypt The Arab League (AL) condemned on Sunday, the recent deadly terrorist attack on a hotel in Somalia, that left tens of people dead and wounded, the Cairo-based pan-Arab body said.

The AL reiterates its full solidarity with the people and government of Somalia, in their confrontation of the threat represented in the Al-Shabaab terrorist movement, and supports all the measures they take to maintain security and stability all over Somalia, AL Secretary-General, Ahmed Aboul-Gheit, said in the statement.

Egypt also expressed rejection of the terror attack on the hotel in Somalia, according to a statement released on Sunday, by the Egyptian Foreign Ministry.

Egypt will continue its support for the Somali federal government, to rebuild the state institutions and achieve security and stability in Somalia, said the Egyptian statement.

On Saturday, at least 26 people were killed and 56 others injured, in a deadly terrorist attack at a hotel in the Somali port town of Kismayo.

According to a UN report, the armed conflict in Somalia, due to Al-Shabaab’s rebellion, has left more than 2,000 people dead and over 2,500 wounded, from Jan, 2016 to Oct, 2017.

Source: NAM NEWS NETWORK