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Trump offers condolences to British PM on London stabbing attack

WASHINGTON, US President Donald Trump spoke Saturday with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson during which he expressed his condolences following the “terrorist attack” in London.

White House Deputy Press Secretary Judd Deere said in a statement that the two leaders “look forward to meeting with one another at the upcoming North Atlantic Treaty Organization Leaders Meeting in the United Kingdom.” On Friday, the UK police announced that two persons were killed and many more were injured in a stabbing incident in London. The attacker was shot dead by officers. The Police declared the attack a terrorist incident.

NATO leaders will gather in London on December 3-4 during which the Alliance’s role in the fight against terrorism is expected to be discussed.

Source: Kuwait News Agency