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UN: Indian Envoy Ruchira Kambhoj, “Only A Unified And Zero-Tolerance Approach To This Can Defeat Terrorism

Ruchira Ramboj

“Fight against terrorism can be strengthened only when we ensure accountability for the grave and inhuman acts of terror.”  

Ruchira Kamboj, the Indian representative to the United Nations, while addressing the meeting over Iraq, Kamboj stated, “Terrorism in all its forms and manifestations remains a global challenge and only a unified and zero-tolerance approach to terrorism can eventually defeat it.”

In addition, she said, “As the government of the people of Iraq continue their fight against Islamic State of Iraq and Levant (ISIL). It is also critical to fighting the impunity of terror globally.”

Alongside, Ruchira the Indian envoy to the United Nations also mentioned the Terror attack of 26/11, and stated, “fight against terrorism can be strengthened only when we can ensure accountability for the grave and inhuman acts of terror committed by terrorists and take strong measure against those who encourage support and finance terrorism.”

On Monday, the predominant focus of the UN investigation team was vested in providing justice for the communities impacted by the ISIL terror network in Iraq. Special Adviser Christian Ritscher stated, evidence collected and analyzed, substantiated preliminary findings from his previous report, reported UN News.

His key findings were crimes committed against Christians such as enslavement and forced conversion; “notable progress” on the development and use of chemical and biological weapons; and inspections on the destruction of internationally protected cultural heritage sites.

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Additionally he said, “At this pivotal stage of our mandate, please allow me to state that my team has now reached the next level on the path of holding ISIL perpetrators accountable for the core international crimes they committed.”

“As part of this program, psychosocial support training is provided to Iraqi authorities to ensure international best practice is maintained when dealing with victims and survivors”, Un News quoted Christian Ritscher.

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