Las Vegas Massacre: UAE condemns [video]

By Sheena Amos

ABU DHABI 3 October, 2017: The United Arab Emirates has strongly condemned the mass shooting in Las Vegas, which left at least 58 dead and over 500 people injured.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation expressed the UAE’s condemnation of the incident in a statement reaffirming the UAE’s firm position against terrorism and violence, in its various forms.

The ministry expressed its deep regret that many victims were killed as a result of this attack.

The statement also expressed solidarity with the government of US in the face of violence and terrorism, and called on the international community to unite and to put an end to this serious scourge that threatens world security and stability.

The ministry extended the condolences of the UAE to the government and people of US, wishing for a speedy recovery of the injured.

International Security Alliance condemns ‘terrorist incident’ in Las Vegas

ABU DHABI: The International Security Alliance strongly condemned the deadly ‘terrorist shooting’ that took place on Monday in Las Vegas, and resulted in deaths and injuries to a large number of innocent civilians.

In a statement, the Alliance expressed its strong condemnation of such terrorist acts that detract from laws, religions and human values and norms, and called upon world countries to stand together and join efforts to confront all forms of terrorism, which has became a global threat to world communities. Moreover, the Alliance expressed its sincere condolences and sympathy to the U.S. Government, people and families of the victims; wishing speedy recovery to the injured.

The International Security Alliance, which was announced in Abu Dhabi, to serve as a working group to confront organized and transnational crime, and comprises Italy, Spain, Senegal, Kingdom of Bahrain, and the Kingdom of Morocco, as well as the founding countries, UAE and France.

The new Alliance aims to encourage joint action to confront the different types of organized and transnational crime, develop prevention methods and achieve sustainable security and stability for Member Countries. It also enhances opportunities for cooperation among these countries in police and security areas, while leveraging experiences and sharing of information and expertise to achieve security and world peace.