Bulgarian ministry of foreign affairs shares its condolences to Israel about the horrific attacks in the capital Jerusalem which killed one person and left many people injured. While giving the statement, the ministry wrote, ” We express our deepest condolences to the family of the victims and wish fully recovery to all injured. Terror and violence against civilians can never be justified”.
According to Israeli authorities, two separate explosions that shook Jerusalem city resulted in at least one fatality and 12 injuries. The assaults on Wednesday morning are thought to be Palestinian attacks, according to Israeli police.
According to Palestinian officials, a 16-year-old Palestinian child was slaughtered by Israeli forces in the city of Nablus in the occupied West Bank just hours before the explosives.
Around 7 AM, the first explosion occurred close to an Israeli bus stop along a highway at the western entry to Jerusalem, typically crowded with commuters. Medical personnel reported that the first explosion injured seven persons, with two in critical condition.
Less than 30 minutes later, at the Ramot crossroads in northern Jerusalem, there was a second explosion that authorities described as “controlled.” Five persons, according to officials, suffered minor injuries from shrapnel.
Al Jazeera reported that according to authorities, the first incident was brought on by “explosives placed inside a bicycle abandoned at a bus stop.”
The Israel Police Commissioner emphasised that it had been a while since the nation had experienced attacks of this nature. As it was believed that other explosive devices might have been planted at various sites, Israel launched the investigative authorities.
Bulgaria’s Foreign Ministry stated that their country supports Israel and that terrorism has no place elsewhere in the globe. The ministry offers its condolences to the families of those who perished in the incident or were gravely injured.