The Moroccan government also expressed solidarity with the Tunisian government, condemning the appalling attacks.
Rabat – King Mohammed VI has strongly condemned the despicable terror attacks in central Tunis, killing at least one police officer and wounding several other people.
The attacks in Tunis took place yesterday, June 27.
In his message, the monarch expressed his “firm condemnation of this cowardly criminal act.” The King also reaffirmed his “full solidarity and continued support for this sister country in the fight against the scourge of abject terrorism.”
The message also reiterated Morocco’s ongoing support for all efforts to preserve Tunisia’s security and stability.
The King also extended his “deep condolences and compassion” to President Caid Essebsi, and to the grieving families.
The first suicide bombing targeted a police patrol vehicle in Charles de Gaul street in central Tunis.
The second attacker blew himself up in the capital’s al-Qarjani district.
The attack injured four security officers.
In addition to the King, the Moroccan government also expressed their condolences and denounced the act of terror.
The two suicide blasts came on the same day that the Tunisian President suffered a serious health crisis. The 92-year-old will today be transferred to hospital.