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PM Lee promises support for bringing Indon terror perpetrators to justice while condemns attacks

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Prime Minister writing on behalf of the people and Government of Singapore, has extended his deepest condolences on the terror attacks in Central Jakarta in his message to his Indonesian counterpart, President Joko Widodo.
Saying that he was deeply shocked and saddened by the attacks, he strongly condemned the attacks which resulted in tragic loss of innocent lives.
He expressed confidence that the Indonesian Government will deal with the situation decisively, and promised to give such efforts Singapore’s fullest support to bring the perpetrators to justice.
pm leeThe Workers’ Party too has strongly condemned the deadly bomb attacks in Jakarta. In a statement released earlier this evening it said:
“We hope the perpetrators will be brought to justice soon and fully support the Singapore government’s assistance to the Indonesian government. We would like to express our deepest condolences to the victims and their families, and to the people of Indonesia.”

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