The terror attack in Manhattan killed eight people on Tuesday.
A driver of a pickup truck ran over pedestrians and cyclists near the World Trade Center memorial in New York's Manhattan district on Tuesday afternoon, killing eight people were killed and injuring at least 11 before being shot.
US officials said the incident was a terrorist attack.
Here's how world leaders are reacting on social media:
The deputy prime minister and foreign affairs minister of Belgium, Didier Reynders, expressed his condolences on Twitter.
I am deeply saddened to announce a belgian victim in #Manhattan - I express my condolences to the family and friends 🇧🇪🇺🇸— didier reynders (@dreynders) October 31, 2017
Argentinian President Mauricio Macri sent his condolences through a message on social networks: "Deeply moved by the tragic deaths this afternoon in New York. We are available to the relatives of the Argentinian victims." He added: "We are again calling for peace so that these horrors end."
"They were five young entrepreneurs, model citizens in Rosario society," he said at the opening of an event in Buenos Aires, calling for all to stand together in the fight against terrorism.
Profundamente conmovido por las trágicas muertes de esta tarde en NY. Nos ponemos a disposición de los familiares de las víctimas argentinas— Mauricio Macri (@mauriciomacri) November 1, 2017
Argentina's Ministry of Foreign Affairs meanwhile disclosed the names of the five Argentinian victims – Hernán Diego Mendoza, Diego Enrique Angelini, Alejandro Damián Pagnucco, Ariel Erlij and Hernán Ferruchi – on Twitter.
Nuestras más sinceras condolencias por el fallecimiento de Hernán Mendoza, Diego Angelini, Alejandro Pagnucco, Ariel Erlij y Hernán Ferruchi pic.twitter.com/CdDAAEUDep— CancilleríaArgentina (@CancilleriaARG) November 1, 2017
The French President Emmanuel Macron expressed French solidarity with US and said: "Our fight for freedom unites us more than ever. "
I convey my emotion and the solidarity of France for New York City and the US. Our fight for freedom unites us more than ever. #Manhattan— Emmanuel Macron (@EmmanuelMacron) October 31, 2017
Turkey's Ministry of Foreign Affairs released a statement condemning the terror attack and expressing condolences.
The Kremlin on Wednesday sent condolences to the United States over the New York attack, calling it "tragic and inhumane."
"We send our condolences, this is a tragic, inhumane attack," President Vladimir Putin's spokesman Dmitry Peskov was quoted as saying by Russian new agencies."
The Foreign Ministry of Uzbekistan has said that they are looking into reports that suspected attacker was an Uzbek national. Uzbekistan offered to help the US investigate.