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Indian PM and others address terror attacks in Sri Lanka

The Indian Prime Minister and several other foreign dignitaries have addressed the attacks on the Sri Lankan public this Easter Sunday.

“There is no place for such barbarism in our region. India stands in solidarity with the people of Sri Lanka.” Prime Minister Narendra Modi said through a Twitter post on his verified account.

“I condemn the devastating & horrific Easter terrorist attacks on innocents in churches & hotels in Sri Lanka. I’ve been taking briefings this afternoon on the situation from DFAT. Call 1300 555 135 if you’re seeking information on friends or relatives travelling in Sri Lanka” was the statement released by Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison.

“I’m deeply shocked and saddened by the horrifying attacks on churches and hotels in Sri Lanka today. My prayers are with the victims and their families, and with those assisting in the response.” was the Twitter status of UK Foreign Secretary, Jeremy Hunt.

In addition to these press releases, several Foreign Missions in Sri Lanka have issued travel advisories to citizens of their nations on the crisis situation in Sri Lanka.