China’s Xi Condemns Pakistan Mosque Blast, Says “Will Proceed Assist”

China's Xi Condemns Pakistan Mosque Blast, Says 'Will Continue Support'

President Xi Jinping strongly condemned an assault at a mosque in neighbouring Pakistan. (File)


China’s President Xi Jinping strongly condemned an assault at a mosque in neighbouring Pakistan, state media reported Wednesday, after rescue work ended with the loss of life depend at 101.

The suicide blast on Monday in Peshawar struck inside a police compound as tons of of officers gathered for afternoon prayers.

The town’s police chief mentioned Tuesday that the assault was revenge for the pressure’s frontline operations towards Islamist militants.

In a name with Pakistan’s President Arif Alvi on Wednesday, President Xi mentioned China “opposes all types of terrorism and strongly condemns the incident”, in line with state broadcaster CCTV.

Beijing “will proceed to firmly help Pakistan in selling its nationwide counter-terrorism motion plan, sustaining social stability and defending the security of the folks,” President Xi mentioned.

China and Pakistan are longtime allies, with their leaders continuously hailing what they name an “iron brotherhood”.

Lately, Beijing has financed improvement initiatives in Pakistan and labored with Islamabad to fight terrorism and enhance safety.

However sporadic assaults on Chinese language residents have additionally taken place, together with a suicide bombing final 12 months concentrating on employees at a Confucius Institute in Karachi.

(Aside from the headline, this story has not been edited by NDTV employees and is printed from a syndicated feed.)

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