Thimphu: Bhutan on Monday said it is “deeply concerned” at the “despicable” terror attack on Uri in India and called for the need to step up global cooperation to combat terrorism.
The Bhutanese Foreign Ministry, in a statement, said that the people and government of Bhutan express solidarity with the people and Government of India following the terror attack on an army camp in Jammu and Kashmir on Sunday that left 18 Indian soldiers dead.
“Bhutan strongly condemns terrorism in all its forms and stands with India in the fight against terrorism. Such heinous acts of terrorism calls for the need to step-up international cooperation to combat the scourge of terrorism that poses a severe threat to the peace and stability of all countries,” it said. IANS
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