Djibouti, Eritrea send condolence messages to Kenya after Nairobi hotel attack
The Governments of Eritrea and Djibouti have strongly condemned the heinous attack perpetrated in Nairobi.
In a letter to Ambassador Monica Kathina Juma, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Kenya, Mr. Osman Saleh conveyed message of condolences to the Government and people of Kenya. Minister Osman also wished speedy recovery to the wounded.
Foreign Minister Osman Saleh expressed Eritrea’s resolve and commitment to support Kenya’s relentless all rounded effort to eradicate terrorism from its land and neighboring Somalia.
Djibouti’s President Osmail Onar Gueleh said he is sharing solidarity and compassion to his Kenyan brothers and sisters in the ordeal of the new terrorist attack.
“The world must sympathize with Kenya which pays a high price for its determination to protect the international community from the misdeeds of terrorism in this part of the world.
Tuesday’s attack killed at least 14 people after Al Shabaab gunmen stormed into Dursid D2 hotel in Kenyan capital Nairobi.