Malaysia condemns Cairo church bombing that killed 25

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  • Wednesday, 14 Dec 2016

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia strongly condemns the deadly bombing at Cairo’s Church of St Peter and St Paul.

In a statement, Wisma Putra also extended its deepest condolences to the victims, families and the people and government of Egypt.

Twenty-five people were killed and 49 others injured in the blast during Sunday mass inside the Coptic Orthodox Cathedral situated in the Egyptian capital.

The Foreign Ministry said it would continue to monitor the situation through the Malaysian embassy in Cairo, which confirmed that there were no reports of any Malaysian casualties so far.

“The ministry wishes to remind all Malaysian citizens residing and travelling to Egypt to be vigilant at all times,” the statement read.

Malaysians in Egypt are advised to contact their embassy in Cairo for queries or assistance.

The embassy can be reached at Tel: +202 3761 0013 or +202 3761 0019 or via email at

It is open 8am to 3pm Sunday to Thursday.

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