King Salman, Crown Prince condole Spanish Monarch on Barcelona attack

Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman

Saudi Gazette report
JEDDAH — Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman sent a condolences cable to the Spanish Monarch Felipe VI, on the terrorist attack in which a van plowed into crowds in Barcelona, Spain, Saudi Press Agency (SPA) said Friday night.
In his cable, King Salman said: “We have been informed of the terrorist plowing of a van into the public place in Barcelona resulting in victims and casualties, and as we strongly disapprove of such heinous crimes, we express to the Monarch and the families of the victims, on behalf of the Saudi people and government and on my own behalf sincere condolences and consolation, while wishing a speedy recovery for the injured. We reiterate the Kingdom’s unflinching stance, in rejecting terrorism, in all forms and manifestations and asserting the significance of internationally concerted endeavors to confront and uproot it.”
Meanwhile, Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Salman, deputy premier and minister of defense sent a cable of condolences to Spanish King Felipe VI, following the killing of pedestrians in Barcelona by mowing them down with a speeding van.
In his cable, the Crown Prince said: “We received with deep sorrow the news of a van plowing into the public in Barcelona, and as I express to Your Majesty our outright and strong disapproval of such a terrorist act, I offer my condolences and consolation to the families of the victims, praying to the Almighty to save your country against any harm and odds, as He is the Oft-Listener and the All-Responding.” — SPA