Libya condemns Pakistan mosque bombing
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs condemned on Tuesday the bombing of a mosque in Pakistan's Peshawar on Monday, which left many dead and wounded.
In a statement, the ministry offered Libya's deep condolences to Pakistan's government, people, and the families of the victims, wishing a speedy recovery for those injured in the attack.
It affirmed its rejection of all forms of violence, extremism, and terrorism, whatever the reasons and motives.
On Monday, a suicide bomber blew himself up inside a mosque packed with around 400 worshipers, killing at least 59 people and injuring as many as 170, many of them in critical condition, according to Reuters.
Authorities in Pakistan said an investigation is underway to reveal how the suicide bomber carried out the attack and whether there were other people involved.