Muslims across the world have voiced solidarity with families of the victims of Saturday night’s terrorist attack that targeted two central London landmarks.

At least six people were killed and 30 others injured in a terrorist attack in London in which police shot dead three suspects.

London Mayor Sadiq Khan has condemned the attack, asking all Londoners to remain calm and vigilant.

“The Metropolitan Police are responding to the horrific terrorist attack at London Bridge and Borough Market. My thoughts are with everyone affected,” said Khan, who was elected as London’s first Muslim mayor in 2016.

Indonesia, the world’s most populous Muslim majority country, condemned the attack and expressed solidarity with Britain in its effort to combat “radicalism and terrorism”.

Iranian Foreign Ministry has also denounced “every kind of terrorism that occurs across the world”, calling for the international community to be sincere in the battle against terrorism and avoid double standards.

Pakistan, another populous Muslim nation, as well as the Philippine, Singapore and India, which host millions of Muslims, also denounced the terrorist attack.

“We are deeply shocked and saddened by the horrific act of terrorism in London in which, reportedly, six innocent people have been killed and dozens have sustained injuries,” Pakistan’s Foreign Office said.