Condemnation of suicide this week terror attack in Karachi, United Nations Security Council (UNSC) asks for cooperation of all states with Pakistan and China during the investigation of the attack.
This was stated by the current President of the UN Security Council Barbara Woodward from the UK. on Thursday that members of The Security Council stressed need detain performers, organizers, financiers and sponsors of these reprehensible acts of terrorism and involve them in justice.”
An explosion tore apart a van near the university of Confucius Institute in Karachi, Chinese language The educational center, on Tuesday. Among dead there were three Chinese teachers and a Pakistani driver.
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China also demanded a “thorough investigation” of terrorist attack in Pakistan financial hub saying “blood of Chinese people should don’t shed in in vain, and those behind this incident will definitely pay off price.”
The UN Security Council called on all Member States, in conformity with its obligations under international law and relevant Security Council resolutions, “actively cooperate with governments of Pakistan and China and all other relevant authorities in about it,” the statement said. on Thursday evening.
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Footage from CCTV cameras of The incident showed a man wearing in veil walking up into the van, followed by an explosion.
Outlawed Balochistan Liberation Army terror group took responsibility for in attack.
Woodward said that members of The Security Council “confirmed that terrorism in all its forms and manifestations are one of the most serious threats to international peace and security”.
The member states of the UN Security Council stated: “Any action of terrorism criminal and unjustified, no matter what of their motivation, wherever, whenever and by whom it may be committed.