The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (SRE) conveyed in a statement, Mexico‘s solidarity to the Colombian government
MEXICO CITY, – The Mexican government condemned the terrorist attack registered today in Bogota (Colombia), directed against the former Minister of Interior and Justice, Fernando Londoño, and in which two people died and 41 others were injured, three of them of gravity.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (SRE) conveyed in a statement, Mexico’s solidarity to the Colombian government and reiterated his refusal “under any circumstances, to the execution of such acts.”
Foreign Ministry also said that “in these difficult times accompanies the families of the victims and the wounded.”
In this attack, which occurred in a commercial area, it killed the driver of a former minister and a police security team.
“Mexico condemns terrorist acts in emphatic fashion, and reiterates its readiness to continue cooperating with the international community to prevent and punish these activities,” concluded the Mexican Foreign Ministry.
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