Government extends condolences following explosion in Manchester

Prime Minister Allen Chastanet expressed solidarity in the fight against acts of terror.

Saint Lucia’s Prime Minister Hon. Allen Chastanet has described the attack on Monday in Manchester, England, as horrific, and an attack against peace in the world. The attack has left 22 people dead and over 50 persons injured.

“It is with tremendous sadness that we extend condolences to the British following this horrific and heartless attack in Manchester which took so many innocent lives of children and adults simply enjoying a concert,” said Prime Minister Allen Chastanet. “On behalf of the government and people of Saint Lucia we express deep sorrow and offer sympathy to the people of Manchester and all the families affected by this heinous act. We also extend our sympathies to the staff of the British High Commission here in Saint Lucia and to our friends in the United Kingdom. Our thoughts are with you at this time.”

While condemning the attack the Prime Minister also expressed solidarity in the fight against acts of terror. Said the Prime Minister: “We stand with Britain at this time and condemn this act and all acts of terror.”

2 Comments

  1. Anon1
    May 25, 2017 at 9:04 am

    Your people killing each other everyday and Britain you feeling pain for.

    The same Britain you can technically say have a major role to play in the attacks being mounted against them.

    Here’s one of you favourite words “Projection” – at this rate St Lucia is projected to have 60 (Unsolved) homicides in 2017.

    Go and deal with that quick!

  2. Anonymous
    May 25, 2017 at 1:03 pm

    I agree Anon1

    Ensure that your own is taken care of first! Why Britain not standing with us with the record crime rate we are seeing? Just sying

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