Has been updated: Nov 26, 2022 08:58 IST
New Delhi [India]November 26 (ANI): Terrorism threatens humanitySaid Minister of Foreign Affairs S. Jaishankar 11/26 Memorial to the victims of the terrorist attacks in Mumbai.
He also said those who planned and oversaw the attack must be brought to justice.
“Terrorism threatens humanityToday, 26/26/2011, the world joins India in remembering the victims. Those who planned and directed this attack must be brought to justice.we owe this to everyone victim of terrorism In the world,” Jaishankar Tweeted.
In 2008, 10 Lashkarre Tayba terrorists (LeT) carried out 12 coordinated shooting and bombing attacks, killing at least 166 people and injuring 300 others.
Last month, India hosted a two-day counter-terrorism conference of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) under the Indian chairmanship of the Counter-Terrorism Commission (CTC).
Following the meeting, the Delhi Declaration was issued, highlighting that the opportunity for terrorists to access safe havens remains a matter of grave concern and that all Member States must cooperate fully in the fight against terrorism. it was done.
The Declaration also recognized that terrorism in all its forms and manifestations is one of the most serious threats to international peace and security.
At a special meeting of the UNSC, Jaishankar He stressed that the global threat of terrorism is growing and spreading, especially in Asia and Africa, despite the UNSC’s best efforts to combat the “greatest threat to humanity.”
“Terrorism remains the most serious threat to humanity. Over the past two decades, the United Nations Security Council has developed a significant architecture built largely around its anti-terrorism sanctions regime to combat this threat. to a state-owned company.”
“Despite this, the threat of terrorism is growing and expanding, especially in Asia and Africa, as the successive reports of the 1267 Sanctions Commission’s monitoring report highlight,” he added. .
Jaishnkar told CTC members that their attendance at the special meeting in Delhi demonstrated the importance UNSC Member States and a wide range of stakeholders place on this important new facet of terrorism. (Ani)