LUANDA, March 8 (Xinhua) -- The Angolan government has condemned the March 1 terrorist attack at Kunming railway station in Yunnan province, China which claimed at least 29 lives and injured more than 130 others, the state news agency Angop reported on Saturday.
"The Angolan Government strongly condemns all forms of terrorism and expresses its solidarity to Chinese government," the Angolan foreign ministry said in a statement dated on March 7, expressing condolences to the victims and the relatives of all those who passed away as result of the cruel attack.
The Angolan government found no ground to justify the resort to terrorist attack, also considered violent and cruel whose victims were innocent civilians, the foreign ministry said in the statement.
The terrorist attack at the railway station in China's southwestern city of Kunming, carried out by suspected Xinjiang separatist forces, took place at around 9 p.m. on March 1 when a group of knife-wielding people waged attacks at the square and ticket hall of the station.
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