Antonio Guterres strongly condemn terrorist assault on two Mosques in New Zealand

Secretary Common United Nations Antonio Guterres has reiterated the urgency of working higher collectively globally to counter Islamophobia and remove intolerance and violent extremism in all its types.

In an announcement on tragic terrorist assault at two Mosques in Christchurch in New Zealand, the world physique Chief once more referred to as for sanctity of Mosques and all locations of worship.

The Secretary Common’s spokesperson stated that Antonio Guterres is shocked and appalled on the terrorist assault at two Mosques in Christchurch and extends his deepest condolences to the households of the victims and to the Authorities and folks of New Zealand.

The Secretary Common additionally referred to as upon all individuals to indicate solidarity with the bereaved Islamic group on this tragedy at a holy day of Friday for the Muslims.

Earlier, in a tweet, the UN Secretary Common strongly condemned the taking pictures of harmless individuals as they had been praying peacefully in two mosques in New Zealand.

He stated we should stand united in opposition to anti-Muslim hatred and all types of bigotry and terror.

In the meantime, the UN Safety Council strongly condemning the Christchurch assault on two Mosques has reaffirmed that terrorism in all its types and manifestations constitutes probably the most critical threats to worldwide peace and safety.

In an announcement on the Christchurch bloodbath, the UN Safety Council members underlined the necessity to maintain perpetrators, organizers, financiers and sponsors of those reprehensible acts of terrorism accountable and convey them to justice.

They urged all States to cooperate actively with the Authorities of the New Zealand and all different related authorities on this regard.

The members of the Safety Council reiterated that any acts of terrorism are prison and unjustifiable, no matter their motivation, wherever, at any time when and by whomsoever dedicated.

They reaffirmed the necessity for all States to fight by all means the threats to worldwide peace and safety attributable to terrorist acts below UN Constitution.

They expressed their deepest sympathy and condolences to the households of the victims and to the Authorities of New Zealand and wished a speedy and full restoration to those that had been injured.