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DHAKA: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today reaffirmed her government’s firm commitment to fight terrorism as she strongly condemned the twin terrorist bomb attacks in Beirut on Thursday (November 12) that killed 43 Lebanese people and injured more than 240.
“I take this opportunity to reiterate that Bangladesh denounces terrorism in all its forms and manifestations and my government has been pursuing ‘zero tolerance’ policy towards terrorism,” she said in a condolence message sent to Lebanese Prime Minister Tammam Salam.
“We also reaffirm our government’s commitment to work together with the Republic of Lebanon and the world community to fight against this menace,” she added.
The Prime Minister said she is deeply shocked to know that 43 Lebanese people were killed and more than 240 were injured in twin terrorist bomb attacks in Beirut on the evening of November 12.
“I express my deepest condolences and heartfelt sympathies to you and through you to the bereaved family members of the victims as well as all the Lebanese brethren for this tragic incident. We strongly condemn the barbaric and cowardly terrorist attacks,” Sheikh Hasina said.
“The people of Bangladesh join me in expressing their solidarity in your fight against terrorism in the country and in the region,” she said in the message.
The Prime Minister prayed for eternal peace of the departed souls and early recovery of the injured. “May the Almighty give the members of the bereaved families the courage and fortitude to overcome the irreparable loss.”