Paris attacks: World leaders condemn horror, extend full support

Paris attacks: World leaders condemn horror, extend full support

Submitted by Subeditor on Sat, 2015-11-14 11:35 New Delhi, Nov. 14: As Paris lay under siege and reports emerged of multiple attacks and explosions throughout the city, World leaders reacted in shock condemning the attack and extended their full support to France in this horrific time. The nation was left in mourning and the world in unbelievable shock as scores were killed in the coordinated attacks late on Friday where over 150 are feared dead. “Strongly condemn terrorist attacks in Paris, India stands firmly by France, my heart goes out its people,” Indian President Pranab Mukerjee tweeted. U.S President Barack Obama said the attack was not just on France but on humanity and swore to help bring the perpetrators to justice. "Once again we've seen an outrageous attempt to terrorise innocent civilians. This is an attack not just on Paris; it's an attack not just on the people of France. But this is an attack on all of humanity and the universal values that we share. The US stands prepared and ready to provide whatever assistance that the government and people of France need to respond,” Obama said from the White House. He added that the U.S Government will do whatever it takes to work with France to bring the terrorists to justice and hunt down any terrorist networks that go after the people of their nation. German Chancellor Angela Merkel issued a statement saying she was “deeply shaken” by the horrific series of events and that her thoughts were with the victims "of the apparent terrorist attack." U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon condemning “the despicable terrorist attacks” and demanded the immediate release of numerous hostages held in the Bataclan theater. British Prime Minister David Cameron also offered his condolences, saying he was shocked by the “brazen attack” and vowed to extend all help possible. “News from Paris is anguishing