The envoys of 10 Muslim countries expressed their condolences to the head of the Catholic Church in Sri Lanka on Wednesday, three days after eight bombings shook the countryâ€™s capital on Easter Sunday killing 359.
He added that the devastating attack highlighted the need for a concerted global effort to bring peace by taking all possible measures to curb terror and promote communal harmony.
Envoys to the country from Pakistan, Iran, Egypt, Indonesia, Malaysia, Palestine, Bangladesh, Oman, Kuwait, Qatar, Afghanistan, the Maldives, Iraq, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates also took part in the visit.
The Daesh terrorist group claimed responsibility for the attacks.
Sri Lanka experienced three decades of ethnic conflict, which claimed over 60,000 lives and ended in 2009, when Sri Lankan security forces defeated the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Elam.