Other world leaders also condemned the blast in Manchester and expressed solidarity with the government and people of United Kingdom.

U.S. President Donald Trump extended his condolences to the victims of the Manchester suicide bombing.

Speaking after talks with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in the town of Bethlehem in the occupied West Bank Trump said those behind the attack were “evil losers”.

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull called it “Especially Vile” as it appeared to have deliberately targeted teenagers.

Speaking in the House of Representatives, Turnbull spoke of Australia’s resolute solidarity with the people of the United Kingdom as “steadfast allies in freedom’s cause,” as Britain’s deputy high commissioner to Australia, Ingrid Southwarth watched on.

Chinese state television said President Xi Jinping sent a message of condolence to queen Elizabeth II following the blast in Manchester.

Speaking at a graduation ceremony in Istanbul, President Erdogan said Turkey shares the grief of Britain and British citizens who faced the deadliest militant assault in the country since the July 2005 terrorist attack.

French PM Edouard Philippe also condemned Manchester attack as ‘the most cowardly terrorism’.