António Guterres is shocked by the attacks on two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand. His spokesman said this on Friday. António Guterres spokesman Stephane Dujarric said in a press conference: “António Guterres has urged all people to show solidarity with the bereaved Muslim community on this holy day of Muslims while remembering the sacredness of mosques and all religious places.”
He said, “United Nations Secretary-General stressed the urgent need to work together in a global way to eliminate hatred or fear from Islam or to eliminate all forms of intolerance and violent extremism.” United Nations Chief also expressed his condolences to the victims of the New Zealand government and the families of the victims. In Christchurch, 49 people were killed and 48 others were injured in the attacks carried out by gunmen in two separate mosques.
Significantly, the first attack took place in the Al-Noor mosque, while the second attack took place in Linwood, in the suburbs of Christchurch. During the shootout in Al-Noor mosque, Bangladesh cricket team was present in the mosque, but he managed to escape safely.
Ordern said that events in Christchurch reflect ‘Extraordinary Operation of Violence’. He acknowledged that many victims and refugees can be victims. Apart from the dead, more than 20 people have been seriously injured. He said, ‘It is clear that it can now be termed as a terrorist attack only. As much as we know, it seems that it was pre-planned. “He said,” Two explosive devices connected with suspected vehicles have been recovered and they have been deactivated. ”