The Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda, Gaston Browne has condemned a series of violent attacks in Paris, last Friday, which he described as a “despicable act of terrorism”.

In a letter to French President Francois Hollande, Browne expressed his “profound sympathy” for the loss of lives and injuries in the attack for which militant group ISIS has claimed responsibility.

Paris authorities have since confirmed 129 deaths and more than 300 injuries after a number of armed men carried out a spate of shootings and bombing in the French city.

Prime Minister Browne said people across the world have the right to live in freedom, according to international laws, and called for a global approach to the fight to end terrorism in all its forms.

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