Tobias Ellwood, the Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, has condemned the suicide attack in Egypt today.
The suicide attack took place outside a Karnak temple in Luxor which is one of the most popular Egyptian tourist sites. There were three men involved in the attack with two being killed and the other seriously wounded. No tourists were killed in the attack although two civilians and two police officers were hurt.
In a statement Ellwood said:
“I strongly condemn the appalling terrorist attack today in Luxor in Egypt.
My thoughts are with those injured in this terrible attack. The UK continues to stand with the Egyptian government and people in their fight against terrorist violence”.