Latvia condemns Pakistan terror blast

Latvia's Foreign Ministry said Monday it "condemns in the strongest terms the act of terror in the Pakistani city of Quetta on 8 August when a suicide bomber detonated himself in a hospital, killing more than 60 people and wounding at least one hundred."

The attack occurred when a large number of people had gathered in the hospital for a commemorative event in Pakistan's ninth-largest city.

"Latvia strongly condemns terrorism of any kind and offers deepest condolences to the families and friends of the victims as well as wishing a rapid recovery to those injured in the act of terror," the statement from the ministry said..

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