Until today World leaders condemn the mob for harming American democracy.
Date 07 January 2021 time 9:15 AM.
World leaders condemn ‘Hurt Democracy’ at the US Congress
World leaders and governments have expressed shock and anger at the raids of the U.S. Congress in Washington, D.C. by supporters of President Donald Trump.
– United Kingdom – British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Twitter condemning. “A humiliating scene in the US Congress. The United States stands for democracy around the world. And now it is imperative that there is a peaceful and orderly transfer of power.
British Foreign Minister Dominica Grab added in his own tweet: “The United States is rightly proud of its democracy and for no reason. For these radical attempts to undermine lawful and proper power changes. “
– European Union – The EU’s head of foreign policy, Joseph Borrell, condemned the “Hurt US democracy” and that “in the eyes of the world tonight, American democracy is under siege,” he added. “This is not America. The election results for November 3 must be fully respected. ”
-France- France’s Foreign Minister Jean Eves Ledrien condemned. “The violent attack against democracy” and “violence against America’s institutions is a serious attack on democracy. I condemn … the will and the American people’s vote must be respected.”
-Germany- Germany’s Foreign Minister Haikomas urged Trump supporters. “Stop treading on Democracy” and saying, “Trump and his supporters should accept the decisions of American voters and stop trampling on Democracy … C. “He added. “Words of violence become violent.”
– Canada – Prime Minister Justin Trudeau tweeted that the US Congress scene was “Attacks on democracy” and that “Canadians feel very nervous and saddened by the attacks on democracy in the United States, our allies and our closest neighbors.”
– Australia – Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison condemned. “Distressing scenes” in the United States “We condemn these violent acts and hope for a peaceful transfer of government to a newly elected administration according to the great American democratic traditions.”
– New Zealand – Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern tweeted: “Democracy is the right of the people to vote, listen to their voices, and then make peaceful decisions. Should not be canceled by the crowd. “
– NATO – NATO boss Jens Stoltenberg tweeted: “The shocking scene in Washington, DC … the outcome of this democratic election must be respected.”
– UN – Antonio Guterres, United Nations Secretary-General and President of the Assembly Volkan Bozkir, condemned the violence at Congress. A Guterres spokesman said he was “saddened” over the invasion of the US Capitol by supporters of President Donald Trump and that “in this situation it is important for political leaders to impress. To their followers that Must refrain from violence and respect the democratic process and the rule of law ”