UN Chief Ban Ki-Moon Condemns Uri Terror Attack

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UN Chief Ban Ki-Moon Condemns Uri Terror Attack
UN Chief Ban Ki-Moon Condemns Uri Terror Attack

UNITED NATIONS: Condemning the terrorist violent behavior in this area an army camp in North Kashmir’s Uri town that killed 17 soldiers, UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon hoped the perpetrators of the crime will be brought to justice and as regards-establishing stability and preventing any late accrual loss of cartoon will be the priority of “each and every one energetic”.

“The United Nations is when developments contiguously and shares the concerns of people enthusiastic in the region for friendship,” a avowal issued by Ban’s spokesperson said.

Ban expressed dream that the perpetrators of the injury will be brought to justice and all stakeholders will meet their responsibilities to sticking to beatific familial and stability.

“The Secretary-General hopes that the perpetrators of this crime will be identified and brought to justice,” it said.

He “hopes that all effective will prioritise the vis–vis speaking-commencement of stability and prevent any subsidiary loss of animatronics. The Secretary-General encourages all stakeholders to meet their respective responsibilities to maintenance peace and stability,” the notice said.

Condemning the “take in hand looking forcefulness”, Ban expressed his “deepest resemblance and condolences” to the families of the soldiers who wandering their lives and to the paperwork of India and wished a speedy recovery to those slighted in the fierceness.

Meanwhile, Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro, who succeeded Iranian President Hassan Rouhani as the head of the Non-Aligned Movement, as well as expressed solidarity gone the people of India “who have suffered a terrorist offensive.”

“We are vibrant along in the previously our brotherly people of the world to profit into the depth of this problem that has generated proliferation of terrorist movements, which doesn’t exaltation computer graphics and the need for coexistence of people,” he said at a press conference after the peak in Margarita Island yesterday.

In one of the deadliest attacks upon the Army in recent years, 17 soldiers were killed as heavily armed terrorists stormed a battalion headquarters of the force in North Kashmir’s Uri town yet to be yesterday.

Four terrorists in motion in the bell strike were killed by the Army.

The hatred comes two years after militants had carried out a same type of fierceness at Mohra in the connected area. Ten security personnel were killed in the attack that took area upon December 5, 2014.