China strongly condemned a terrorist attack near the Chinese Embassy in Kyrgyzstan, a Foreign Ministry spokesperson said in a press release.
The Chinese Embassy in Bishkek, capital of Kyrgyzstan, was the site of a car bomb in the morning of August 30, injuring three people employed by the embassy, spokesperson Hua Chunying told a press conference in the afternoon.
In the press release, Hua called terrorism "a public enemy of the international community," as well as the most serious threat in the region.
Hua said that China was ready to cooperate with Kyrgyzstan and other countries in the region to fight terrorism and maintain regional safety and stability.
Stressing that China opposes terrorism in any form, she said China would continue to ensure the safety of the Chinese people and institutions in other countries.
(Xinhua News Agency August 30, 2016)