The Department of Homeland Security said the recent terror attacks in London and Paris were "reprehensible," and pledged to help all European allies in their fight against these attacks.
"DHS stands with our European allies in fighting back against all forms of terrorism, and we will continue to work together to keep our communities safe against violent extremists who target any of our people," the Department of Homeland Security said in a statement Monday.
"The secretary has been brief on both incidents and will continue to monitor the situations," it said. "Our thoughts and prayers are with all affected by these violent and reprehensible attacks."
On Sunday, a man drove a van into a crowd of worshippers leaving a mosque in Finsbury Park in London. At least 10 people were injured, according to reports.
On Monday, a man drove a car filled with explosives into a police convoy in Paris. The vehicle collided with a police car and exploded on the Champs Elysees.
No one was hurt during the incident, which French authorities believed to be an attack on police.