The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Cuba expressed its condolences to the government, the people of Colombia and the families of the victims of Thursday's attack in Bogotá.
The message of condolences was shared in Twitter by Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez Parrilla, who also expressed Cuba's rejection and condemnation of all terrorist acts, methods and practices in all their forms and manifestations.
The attack took place when a car bomb tried to enter a police facility, but at the time it was going to be searched inside, the driver accelerated and hit a wall, which activated the explosive charge, according to Colombian media reports.
Other information indicates that the vehicle was detonated near a residence for female cadets, at the headquarters of the Francisco de Paula Sartander General Police School.
The attack, according to Prensa Latina news agency, left at least 10 dead and 65 wounded, according to the latest official report given in the South American nation.