W. Balkans leaders condemn terrorist attacks in Brussels

22 March 2016

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Tirana/Prishtina/Belgrade/Skopje/Sarajevo, 22 March 2016, dtt-net.com – Leaders of Western Balkans countries condemned in strongest words today’s deadly terrorist attacks in Belgian capital and expressed condolences to the families of the victims.

Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama said in a press release that the attacks which killed 34 people and injured 136 “will not stop Europe to win in the name of freedom this war”.

“Expressing the sorrow of our citizens and the Kosovo government for the victims of these terrible acts of terrorism I express solidarity with the families of the victims and the government of Belgium”, the Kosovan Prime Minister Isa Mustafa wrote in a press release.

“We have been deeply shaken by the news of the people killed and injured in the explosion of a bomb at the Zaventem airport and at the metro station in Brussels. The world is shocked by terrorist attacks which harm all civilisation values we are strongly advocating,” Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic wrote in a telegram of condolences to his Belgian counterpart Charles Michel.

Montenegro’s Prime Minister Milo Đukanović also sent a letter of condolence to Belgium’s Prime Minister Charles Michel.

“Following today’s terrorist attacks in Brussels, in which dozens of people were killed and injured, I express on behalf of the Government of Montenegro and in my own name our deepest condolences. We strongly condemn this deplorable act at the heart of Europe," Djukanovic wrote.

Macedonian PM Emil Dimitriev on the occasion of the terrorist attacks in Brussels sent a telegram of condolences to his Belgian counterpart, Michel.

"With disgust I received the news of the terrorist attacks in Brussels, which killed a number of people and where there are large number of wounded. In these difficult moments of sorrow of the friendly people of Belgium, let me express my condolences to the families of the victims of this barbaric and anti-civilization act, and to wish the injured a speedy recovery. Thoughts and prayers of the Macedonian citizens are with the citizens of Belgium", reads the telegram of Dimitirev.

Croatian Prime Minister Tihomir Oreskovic said in a press release that attacks on Brussels are attacks on the whole of Europe.
"This attack is not only an attack on Belgium but an attack on the whole of Europe and on all countries to fight against terrorism," he wrote in a press release and expressed condolences to the victims' families. 

The Chairman of the Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) Denis Zvizdić sent a telegram of condolence to Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Belgium Charles Michel on the occasion of a series of terrorist attacks in Brussels.

“On behalf of the Council of Ministers of BIH, and my own, I offer sincere condolences to you, Belgian people, and to families of the victims. We were deeply moved by this morning’s terrific news on a series of terrorist attacks in Brussels,” reads the telegram of Chairman Zvizdić.



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