Nicaragua President, Daniel Ortega, and Cuba’s Foreign Minister, Bruno Rodriguez, expressed their condolences to Kuwait”s authorities for the recent suicide attack that killed 27 people, Prensa Latina reported today.
Ortega expressed on behalf of his country, his people, the Government of Reconciliation and National Unity, and his own, the “most sincere and deep signs of indignation and sorrow” for the June 26 attack that also injured 227 people at Imam Al-Sadeq mosque.
In a letter addressed to Emir of Kuwait, Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, which the Nicaraguan embassy here was the first to carry the report to Prensa Latina, the Central American president conveyed his support “in these days we know full of pain the terrible terrorist attack.”
“I cannot pass up this opportunity to reiterate His Highness Nicaragua’s always strong condemnation to any all forms of terrorism and, particularly, our fraternal solidarity with you, the families and the brother State of Kuwait,” the text says.
And continued: “I ask Compassionate and Merciful God, to give comfort to the families of the victims and their nation. Protect and bless Kuwait, its leaders and people. I hope you will find strength amid these difficult circumstances and against such reprehensible actions.”
Ortega saw off the Emir with a fraternal hug and best wishes of welfare and prosperity for the brother Kuwaiti people, whose society is still shaken for the first terrorist attack on a mosque in the Shiite community that is about a third of 1.3 million inhabitants.
On the other hand, the Cuban embassy in Kuwait confirmed that the Caribbean island’s foreign minister also sent a message of condolences to Sheikh Sabah Khaled Al-Hamad Al-Sabah, First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of this emirate, for the loss of human lives.
In his letter, Rodriguez extended his most sincere condolences to the relatives of the victims from which he described as a criminal action.
Source: Prensa Latina