US condemns Mohmand Agency terror attack
A suicide bomber blew up his explosives killing 28 people and leaving dozens more wounded as they were offering Friday prayers at a mosque in a north-western Pakistani tribal area of Mohmand Agency.
White House National Security Council spokesman Ned Price stated that United States offers its condolences to the families who lost their loved ones in the suicide attack.
Price added that their thoughts and prayers are with the injured persons.
The spokesman went on to say that such incidents are a reminder that terrorism is a threat to all countries and the region.
The White House spokesman said the losses of precious human lives unacceptable. He said the United States stands with Pakistan during this critical situation.
“US will continue to work with Pakistan for ending terrorism,” the spokesman added.