Nizami Ganjavi Int

  18 November 2015    Read: 491
Nizami Ganjavi Int
The Nizami Ganjavi International Center has adopted a resolution in regard to the Paris terrorist attacks.
According to the resolution, the incident that shook France is part of the terrifying events that have been threatening a number of countries in the Arab and Muslim world. The attacks proved that terrorism does not recognize any boundaries and it has to be fought relentlessly.

“As mentioned in UNESCO’s charter, peace is based in people’s mind. To combat the disastrous consequences of global terror, the Nizami Ganjavi International Center in turn will continue to tirelessly promote humane values,” said the resolution.

“Regardless of the victim and guilty, we stand against extremism, violence and terrorism. And we believe that regardless of their gender, language, religion, race and nationality, nourishing people’s thoughts with justice, decency, and equality will eventually yield its positive contribution,” the resolution said.

The resolution was signed by members of the Nizami Ganjavi International Center:

- VairaVike-Freiberga, co-chair of the Nizami Ganjavi International Center, former president of Latvia,
- Ismail Serageldin, co-chair of the Nizami Ganjavi International Center, director of the Library of Alexandria
- Boris Tadic, former president of Serbia
- Olusegun Obasanjo, former president of Nigeria
- Viktor Yushchenko, former president of Ukraine
- Emil Constantinescu, former president of Romania
- Petar Stoyanov, former president of Bulgaria
- Ivo Josipovic, former president of Croatia
- Stjepan Mesic, former president of Croatia
- Rexhep Meidani, former president of Albania
- Valdis Zatlers, former president of Latvia
- Chandrika Kumaratunga, former president of Sri Lanka
- Petru Lucinschi, former president of Moldova
- Zlatko Lagumdzija, former prime minister of Bosnia and Herzegovina
- Iveta Radicova, former prime minister of Slovakia
- Peter Medgyessy, former prime minister of Hungary
- Franco Frattini, former foreign minister of Italy and European commissioner
- Hikmet Cetin, former foreign minister of Turkey

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