Ki-moon intends to submit a comprehensive plan of action to counter extremism 9/29
Ki-moon intends to submit a comprehensive plan of action to counter extremism and terrorism, early next year
[Follow-Line] - UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, the Boko Haram and Daash represent a threat to global security because they undermine the stability and security in the world.
Said Ki-moon at an international meeting to discuss ways to combat terrorism, held in New York on Tuesday, "The latest data indicate that 17 percent of terrorists are foreign nationals so it is necessary to work on the maintenance of the rule of law, good governance, justice and respect for human rights, for human building and the fight against all forms of violence and extremism."
"I intend to submit a comprehensive action plan to counter extremism in early next year to counter militancy and violent, in light of international consensus growing, and prevent it from penetrating in the communities," calling on members of the participants in the meeting to "share experiences on how to work together to fight and control this dangerous militancy."
He called on the world to "initiate the development of communities and educate them against militancy and extremism waves through the realization of human dignity, and through the decisions of the United Nations Charter and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights."
And held in New York on Tuesday, a number of world leaders meeting to discuss ways to combat terrorism and extremism, the presence of US President Barack Obama and UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon and Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi. End