New York - The UN Security Council has "condemned in the strongest terms" the terrorist attacks on the embassies of South Korea and Morocco in Libya's capital Tripoli.
New York – The UN Security Council has “condemned in the strongest terms” the terrorist attacks on the embassies of South Korea and Morocco in Libya’s capital Tripoli.
“The members of the Security Council condemned all acts of violence against diplomatic premises, which endanger innocent lives and seriously impede the normal work of diplomatic representatives and officials,” says a UNSC statement issued on Tuesday.
The council also underlined “the need to bring the perpetrators of these acts to justice”.
On Monday, the Moroccan embassy in Tripoli was rocked by a bomb blast. There were no casualties reported in the blast. The building compound suffered significant damage.
A day before, gunmen attacked the South Korean embassy in Tripoli, killing two people and wounding another.