Former Prime Minister, Saad Hariri, cabled on Monday Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, condemning to deadly attack at a wedding party early on Sunday in Turkey's city of Gaziantep.
In his message, Hariri expressed condolences, as well as solidarity with the Turkish people and government.
"In my name and in the name of Future Movement, allow me to voice stern condemnation of this brutal criminal act, which aims to shake stability in brotherly Turkey, and to shed the blood of innocent martyrs," the cable read.
"I underline my strong solidarity with the Turkish people and government (...) hoping that the international community would cooperate in order to eradicate terrorism," he concluded.
Source: National News Agency