Yemen condemns Tunisia terror bombings
Yemen’s foreign ministry has condemned terror suicide bombings that killed a policeman and injured others in the Tunisian capital on Thursday. The simultaneous bombings struck near a police patrol in downtown Tunis and an anti-terror brigade premises in the city’s outskirts.
“Such terror acts violate with all humans’ moral and religious values,” read the statement. It renewed Yemen’s rejection of terrorism and violence called on the international community to stand united against these acts.
It also renewed Yemen’s stand by the side of Tunisia as the country takes any measures it deems necessary to preserve its security and stability.
It condoled the Tunisian government and people especially the relatives of the slain officer.