MOGADISHU (SD)- Representatives of the international organizations have condemned last night’s suicide bombing in Beledweyne, the Capital of Hiran region which targeted a member of the 10th parliament Amina Mohamed Abdi.
Somalia’s EU Ambassador Tiina Intelmann wrote a short statement on her Twitter account in which she criticized the acts of terrorism and politically motivated killings, and sent her condolences to MP Amina who was killed in the suicide bombing.
“The European Union condemns acts of terrorism and politically motivated killings, and extends its condolences to the family of MP Amina Mohamed” said Tiina Intelmann, EU Ambassador to Somalia.
The United Nations in Somalia has also condemned the killing of MP Amina Mohamed and her entourage, they expressed their condolences for the deceased victims of the bombing and described the incident as “horrific”.
The United Nations Somalia released a statement calling for an investigation into the bombing and a peaceful and secure election process.
British Ambassador to Somalia Kate Foster stated that yesterday’s bombings in Mogadishu and Beledweyne are attempts to disrupt the upcoming elections in Somalia.
Furthermore, at least 30 people have been confirmed dead in series of suicide bombings in Beledweyne, the Capital of Hiran region, while many others have been seriously injured and Beledweyne infrastructures were destroyed.
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