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World leaders condemn the attacks in Sri Lanka

”I vehemently condemn the appalling terrorist attacks in Sri Lanka, targeted against innocent people who celebrate easter Sunday in their churches as well as at several hotels,” writes Stefan Löfven on Twitter.

Our thoughts are with the victims and their next,” he continues.

president of the united states Donald Trump överbringar ”heartfelt condolences from the american people to the people of Sri Lanka. We stand ready to assist”, the tweet, the president of the republic.

the men on the Twitter world to not let the ”religious hatred and intolerance” will prevail. ”It is sudden that the people who had gathered to celebrate easter together deliberately attacked in such a vile way,” she writes.

The French republic Emmanuel Macron, type, also on Twitter, that ”we strongly condemn these disgusting acts”.

EUROPEAN commission president Jean-Claude Juncker, writes on Twitter that he with horror and grief have taken note of the reports of the bombings in Sri Lanka ”which have cost so many lives”. He adds that the EU stands ready to assist with help.

writing on Twitter that she has deep sympathy with all concerned in this tragic event. ”We must stand united to ensure that no one should have to feel fear when they are exercising their faith,” she continues.

Even heads of state in the neighborhood to condemn the bombings. India's prime minister Narendra Modi writes, he is also on Twitter, that there ”is no place for this kind of barbarism in our region. India stands side by side with Sri Lanka. My thoughts go out to the families affected and my prayers for the injured.”

the Same message comes from the Modis counterpart in Pakistan, Imran Khan: ”My deepest condolences goes to our brothers in Sri Lanka. Pakistan is fully behind Sri Lanka in sorrow.”

Pope Francis also condemns the attacks.

"such A cruel violence," he said in his traditional påsktal from the Vatican in front of spectators in saint peter's square in Rome.

Tasks: the Chief of police had warned of possible terrorist attack

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