Early this morning, President Mauricio Macri “deeply” condemned the terrorist attack that killed at least 22 people and injured over 50 last night in Manchester, England, after an Ariana Grande’s concert.

In another tweet, he expressed his solidarity with the British people, particularly with the victims’ families.

According to local media outlets, a suicide bomber detonated explosives at around 10:35 PM, just as crowds of people were beginning to leave the building after the performance. Isis claimed responsibility for the attack.

The Argentine government also released a statement through the Office of Foreign Affairs, where it “firmly condemned terrorism and called on the international community to enhance cooperation in the fight against this scourge, the product of fanaticism and intolerance.”

The announcement delivered by the San Martín Palace added “these aberrant acts mustn’t undermine the will of the victim’s societies to continue their lives in freedom, without conditions related to the slogans of violent groups that aspire to spread terror.”

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Ariana Grande, the 23-year-old singer that had left the stage only minutes before the explosion, was not harmed in the attack. Both the young starlet and her manager posted statements hours after the incident. According to TMZ, next Thursday’s show in London has been cancelled, while the rest of her world tour was indefinitely put on hold. She was expected to perform in Buenos Aires on July 5th, 2017.

In addition to concert cancellations, all campaigning related to the special elections called on my Theresa May’s government has been suspended for the day.