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UN Secretary-General condemned terrorist bombings in Brussels

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Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon signs a book of condolences at the Permanent Mission of Belgium to the United Nation, on the loss of lives as a result of the 22 March terrorist attacks in Brussels. UN Photo/Rick Bajornas
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon signs a book of condolences at the Permanent Mission of Belgium to the United Nation, on the loss of lives as a result of the 22 March terrorist attacks in Brussels. UN Photo/Rick Bajornas

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon issued the following statement at UN Headquarters in New York on March 22:

“The Secretary-General strongly condemns the terrorist bombings in Brussels, Belgium. He extends his heartfelt condolences to the victims and their families, and expresses his solidarity with the people and Government of Belgium.

In addition, Ban Ki-moon said the following:

“The despicable attacks today struck at the heart of Belgium and the centre of the European Union. The Secretary-General hopes those responsible will be swiftly brought to justice. He is confident that Belgium’s and Europe’s commitment to human rights, democracy and peaceful coexistence will continue to be the true and lasting response to the hatred and violence of which they became a victim today.”

 

 

Ann Charles
Ann Charles is UN Bureau Chief of "Baltic Review" based in New York City. She covers diplomatic activities at United Nations Headquarters in New York and the world body's work in human rights, education, culture, the environment, and tourism, among other global concerns.

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