November 14 2015
South American leaders sent condolences to France and condemned the barbaric attacks that left at least 127 dead.
South American countries sent solidarity to Paris and the more than 127 victims of terror attacks that sent shock waves through the French capital on Friday night after eight gunmen attacked cafes, restaurants, the national football stadium and a packed concert hall.
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“Venezuela deeply accompanies the pain felt by the families and friends of the victims of such regrettable events, it also express (sic) its solidarity with the people and the Government of France and hopes for the quick recovery of the injured people,” the statement read. “(Venezuela) reiterates its strongest rejection of terrorism in all its manifestations, without distinction or possible justification as a serious affront to all humanity.”
“All our hearts with France and with the families of the victims of the terrorist brutality. This is a fight of the whole of humanity,” he tweeted.
“All our hearts with France and with the families of the victims of the terrorist brutality. This is a fight of the whole of humanity.”
“Once again, the horror and tragedy of global terrorism. Our solidarity with the people and the Government of France and with all those who in different places suffer from a world that at times becomes inexplicably aggressive,” she said. “A global address of the issue of terrorism from a new and broader perspective becomes imperative. Otherwise, there will be no place where we can feel safe.”
“Appalled by the terrorist barbarity, I express my rejection of violence and express my solidarity with the people and the French government,” she tweeted.
“We must fight relentlessly heinous acts committed in Paris. I reiterate my solidarity with the president @FHollande and the French people.”
Source: Latin America Stands in Solidarity with Paris TeleSUR