Acts of terrorism in Brussels terrified all people around the world, and a lot of politicians published the words of sympathy about that in social networks.
Mike Bloomberg : "The terrorists who attacked Brussels have no concern for human life, but no level of barbarity will ever overcome the global resolve to defeat them and defend our freedoms and human rights. On behalf of all Bloomberg LP employees around the world, we offer our deepest condolences to the people of Belgium, and they have our full and unqualified support."
David Cameron, Prime Minister of UK : "I am shocked and concerned by the events in Brussels. We will do everything we can to help."
Condoleezza Rice : "My thoughts and prayers are with the families of the victims of the horrendous attacks in Brussels today and with the people of Belgium."
Narendra Modi, the Prime Minister of India :"News from Brussels is disturbing. The attacks are condemnable. Condolences to families of the deceased. May those injured recover quickly."
John McCain : "My deepest condolences are with the loved ones of those killed in the terrorist attacks in Brussels and with all the people of Belgium. After allowing ISIL to grow and strengthen for years, the Obama Administration still has no plausible strategy to destroy ISIL on anything close to an acceptable timeline. We need a strategy to destroy ISIL, not ‘ultimately,’ but as quickly as possible."
Gabby Giffords : "Holding the people of Brussels and Europe in my thoughts. Peace and freedom will always overcome this kind of evil and destructive terror."
Barak Obama also shared the words of compassion on his Twitter accaunt:"The thoughts and prayers of the American people are with the people of Belgium."
Angela Merkel, head of government in the European Union : "We will work in every way with ... the Belgian security services to find, identify and punish the perpetrators of crimes."
The people of Brussels and Europe are in the thoughts of all people around the world, and in these dark days we need to remember the words of Nelson Mandela : " The most powerful weapon is not violence but it is talking to people."