UNITED NATIONS ACTION TO COUNTER TERRORISM

Statements made by the Secretary-General on Terrorism

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30 September, 2014
SG/SM/16225 Secretary-General, in Message to Committee, Says Counter-Terrorism Actions Must Be Consistent with International Human Rights, Humanitarian Law

24 September, 2014
SG/SM/16195-SC/11582 Secretary-General Tells Security Council, in Summit Condemning Violent Extremism, Good Governance, Politics of Inclusion Greatest Threat to Terrorism

23 September, 2014
SG/SM/16185 Secretary-General, in Message to Counter-Terrorism Forum, Urges Greater Collaboration to Defeat Foreign Fighters

3 September, 2014
SG/SM/16122-AFR/2960 Secretary-General, in Message to Security Conference in Nigeria, Reaffirms His Solidarity with Victims of Extremism, Terror

2 September, 2014
SG/SM/16116-AFR/2957 Terrorist Agenda Audacious, Says Secretary-General in Message, Requiring Robust but Not Disproportionate Response

20 August, 2014
SG/SM/16092 Strongly Condemning Killing of Journalist James Foley, Secretary-General Says Abominable Crime Underscores Terror Campaign in Iraq and Syria

16 June, 2014
SG/SM/15951-AFR/2912 Secretary-General Condemns Attacks in Kenya in Strongest Terms, Reiterates United Nations Support for Anti-Terrorism Struggle

11 June, 2014
SG/SM/15932-GA/11519 Any Strategy for Combating Terrorism Must Recognize Victims Rights, Stresses Secretary-General at General Assembly Launch of Portal

SG/SM/15935-IK/674Condemning Violence in Iraq, Secretary-General Says Terrorism Must Not Be Allowed to Undo 'Path towards Democracy'

10 June, 2014
DSG/SM/781 Terrorism Threat Can Seem Overwhelming for Governments Striving to Consolidate Rule of Law, Strengthen Enforcement, Says Deputy Secretary-General

9 June, 2014
SG/SM/15919 Deeply Concerned by surging Violence in Pakistan, Secretary-General Urges Government to Step Up Efforts to Address Terrorism, Religious Extremism

25 April, 2014
DSG/SM/769-SC/11367 Deputy Secretary-General, at High-level Briefing, Stresses Attention to Weak Spots in Protecting Security of Traveller Documents against Terrorism

SG/SM/15798-SC/11368-DC/3493Reaffirm Commitment to Eradicating Terrorism, Weapons of Mass Destruction, Secretary-General Urges in Anniversary Message

9 April, 2014
SG/SM/15761 Secretary-General Deplores Spate of Deadly Terrorist Attacks in Pakistan

19 February, 2014
SG/SM/15654 Secretary-General, Condemning Beirut Car Bombing, Calls for National Unity as Safeguard of Lebanons Stability in Face of Terrorism

16 February, 2014
SG/SM/15647-AFR/2818 Secretary-General Condemns Deadly Terrorist Attack in Egypt

6 February, 2014
SG/SM/15632-IK/665 Secretary-General Condemns Attack on Iraqs Foreign Affairs Ministry, Urges Iraqis to Unite against Terrorism

24 January, 2014
SG/SM/15613-AFR/2803 Secretary-General Condemns Terrorist Attacks in Cairo, Calling for Perpetrators to Be Held to Account

22 January, 2014
SG/SM/15605 Secretary-General Condemns Recent Terrorist Attacks in Pakistan, Including on Polio Workers, Resulting in Several Deaths

21 January, 2014
SG/SM/15600 Secretary-General Condemns Deadly Beirut Car Bombing, Calling Recurrent Terrorism, Violence in Lebanon Unacceptable

24 December, 2013
SG/SM/15558-AFR/2780 Condemning Deadly Terror Attack in Egypt, Secretary-General Says He Is Troubled by Deteriorating Human Rights Situation, Political Climate

6 December, 2013
SG/SM/15525-AFR/2760 Secretary-General, at Paris Summit on Africa, Urges Resolve in Tackling Piracy, Drug-Trafficking, Terrorism, Persistent Regional Conflicts

5 December, 2013
SG/SM/15520 Secretary-General, Condemning Terrorist Attacks in Yemen, Says Ongoing National Dialogue Conference is Only Path to Democracy

19 November, 2013
SG/SM/15479 Secretary-General Strongly Condemns Appalling and Indiscriminate Terrorist Bombing Near Iranian Embassy in Lebanon

27 September, 2013
SG/SM/15349 Secretary-General, in Message, Commends Counter-Terrorism Forums Impressive Repertoire of Work in Bringing Much-Needed Focus to Priority Issues

22 September, 2013
SG/SM/15304 Secretary-General Strongly Condemns Killing of 75 Worshippers at Pakistan Church, Reiterating United Nations Solidarity against Terrorism

20 September, 2013
DSG/SM/695-AFR/2694 Deputy Secretary-General, Addressing Counter-Terrorism Committee, Pledges Continued United Nations Support to Sahel

7 August, 2013
SG/SM/15206 Secretary-General Welcomes Saudi Arabias Announced Contribution for United Nations Counter-Terrorism Centre

12 July, 2013
SG/SM/15166-DEV/3010-SOC/4809 Secretary-General, at Youth Assembly Featuring Malala Day, Spells Out Biggest Fear of Extremists, Terrorists A Girl with a Book

17 June, 2013
SG/SM/15111 Secretary-General Condemns Terrorist Attacks in Pakistan against Women Educators, Students, Calling Government to Apprehend Perpetrators

13 May, 2013
SG/SM/15020-SC/11005-AFR/2616 Terrorism Thrives Where Borders Are Weakest, Secretary-General Tells Security Council Meeting, Urging Help for Affected African States

29 April, 2013
SG/SM/14994 Secretary-General Condemns Terrorist Attack on Syrian Prime Ministers Convoy, Warns against Further Militarization, Radicalization of Conflict

15 April, 2013
SG/SM/14946-AFR/2596 Secretary-General Strongly Condemns Deadly Somalia Terrorist Attacks

22 March, 2013
SG/SM/14897 Condemning Terrorist Attack on Syrian Mosque, Secretary-General Says A Political Solution Is the Only Way Out of this Conflict

18 March, 2013
SG/SM/14876 Secretary-General Urges International Conference on Preventing Terrorism to Ensure Talks Translate into Concrete Actions

19 February, 2013
SG/SM/14822 Secretary-General Condemns Latest Terrorist Attack Targeting Shia Community in Pakistan, Urges Swift, Determined Action against Perpetrators

25 January, 2013
SG/SM/14786-IK/652 Secretary-General Strongly Condemns Wave of Deadly Terrorist Attacks in Iraq

15 January, 2013
SG/SM/14764-SC/10883 No Policy to Fight Terrorism Can Succeed without Addressing Conditions Promoting Its Spread, Secretary-General Tells Security Council Debate

10 January, 2013
SG/SM/14756 Secretary-General Strongly Condemns Terrorist Attacks in Pakistan, Says Heinous Acts Cannot Be Justified by Any Cause

31 December, 2012
SG/SM/14747 Appalled by Escalating Terrorist Violence in Pakistan, Secretary-General Condemns Killings of Religious Minority Pilgrims, Government-backed Tribal Police

24 December, 2012
SG/SM/14743 Secretary-General Strongly Condemns Terrorist Suicide Killings in Pakistan

14 December, 2012
SG/SM/14728 Collaboration with Related United Nations Entities Would Make Greater Impact, Secretary-General Stresses to Global Counter-Terrorism Forum

28 November, 2012
SG/SM/14683 Strongly Condemning Deadly Damascus Bombings, Secretary-General Calls Such Terror Attacks Unacceptable

20 November, 2012
SG/SM/14657-SC/10822 Prevention, Suppression of Financing Terrorist Activities Crucial to Achieving Millennium Development Goals, Secretary-General Tells Committee

19 October, 2012
SG/SM/14597 Secretary-General Strongly Condemns Deadly Beirut Bomb Blast, Calls on Lebanese Parties Not to Be Provoked by Heinous Terrorist Act

10 October, 2012
SG/SM/14574 Secretary-General Strongly Condemns Terrorist Bombings in Damascus, Concerned Violence Creating Fertile Ground for Terrorism, Criminal Acts of All Kinds

28 September, 2012
SG/SM/14554-DC/3393 Terrorists Acquiring Nuclear Materials among Most Unnerving Threats Imaginable, Says Secretary-General, Urging Use of All Tools to Contain Nuclear Genie

27 August, 2012
SG/SM/14478-DC/3382 Insecure Stockpiles Remain Sources for Armed Groups, Terrorists, Organized Crime, Secretary-General Tells Review Conference on Illicit Trade in Small Arms

6 August, 2012
SG/SM/14448 Secretary-General Strongly Condemns Deadly Terrorist Attack in Sinai

1 August, 2012
SG/SM/14439-AFR/2424 Secretary-General Welcomes Provisional Constitution in Somalia, but Given Todays Suicide Attacks, Warns Terrorism Must Not Be Allowed to Reverse Gains

2 July, 2012
SG/SM/14391-AFR/2410 Secretary-General Strongly Condemns as Reprehensible and Criminal Terrorist Attacks on Kenyan Churches that Killed 17

27 June, 2012
SG/SM/14385 Secretary-General Urges Counter-terrorism Symposium to Explore How Mass Media Can Foster Understanding, Help Build on Success of De-radicalization Programmes

7 June, 2012
SG/SM/14339 In Fight against Terrorism Menace, Secretary-General Calls for Strengthened Capacity-Building, Support for Victims Human Face of Our Shared Struggle

4 June, 2012
SG/SM/14328 United Nations Counter-Terrorism Centre is Key Tool to Better Tackle, Suppress Terrorism Threat, Secretary-General Tells Advisory Board

21 May, 2012
SG/SM/14299 Secretary-General Condemns Deadly Terrorist Attack in Yemen, Says Perpetrators Must Be Held Accountable

7 May, 2012
SG/SM/14270 Secretary-General Condemns Terrorist Attacks in Russian Federation

4 May, 2012
SG/SM/14269-SC/10637 International Community Must Work as One to Combat Terrorism, Secretary-General Tells Security Council, Voicing Support for New Counter-Terrorism Coordinator

30 April, 2012
SG/SM/14264 Secretary-General Condemns Terrorist Bomb Attacks in Syria; Calls for Armed Violence in All Its Forms, by All Parties to Cease Immediately

7 March, 2012
SG/SM/14147 Secretary-General Condemns in Strongest Terms Recent Terrorist Attacks in Yemen

21 February, 2012
SG/SM/14118-SC/10547-AFR/2340 West Africa, Sahel Face Toxic Brew of Crime, Drug Trafficking, Piracy, Terror; We Must Do More to Keep Situation from Escalating, Says Secretary-General

10 January, 2012
SG/SM/14049 Secretary-General Strongly Condemns Deadly Terrorist Attack in Pakistan

6 January, 2012
SG/SM/14046 Secretary-General Condemns Terrorist Bombing in Damascus, Reiterates All Violence in Syria Must Stop

8 December, 2011
SG/SM/14007-AFR/2301-DC/3319 Reduced Arms Flow Will Help Combat Piracy, Cross-border Threats, Terrorism, Secretary-General Tells Committee on Security Questions in Central Africa

29 November, 2011
SG/SM/13978 Success of Efforts in Central Asia to Counter Terrorism Can Inspire Other Regions, Give Practical Meaning to Global Strategy, Says Secretary-General

28 September, 2011
SG/SM/13850 Secretary-General, at Event Commemorating Counter-Terrorism Resolution, Stresses Continuing Threat, Importance of Engagement by Security Council

22 September, 2011
SG/SM/13830 Seek Synergies to Help Build Law-Enforcement Capacity, Improve Criminal-Justice Systems, Secretary-General Urges Global Counter-Terrorism Forum

21 September, 2011
SG/SM/13824 Preventive Diplomacy Encompasses More than Conflict, Secretary-General Tells International Meeting on Security Issues, Citing Terrorism, Organized Crime

19 September, 2011
SG/SM/13807 Secretary-General Hails Symposium on International Counter-Terrorism Cooperation as Recognition that States Are All in this Fight Together

12 September, 2011
SG/SM/13786 All People Must Stand against Terrorism, Says Secretary-General in Commemoration Message for Tenth Anniversary of 11 September Attacks on United States

7 September, 2011
SG/SM/13779 Secretary-General Highlights Challenges of Terrorism, Climate Change, Violence against Women, at State Governors Reception in Australia

28 June, 2011
SG/SM/13673 Dialogue, Understanding Best Possible Option in Quest for Solutions to Terrorism, Secretary-General Tells International Conference

15 June, 2011
SG/SM/13646 Secretary-General Praises Shanghai Cooperation Organizations Commitment to Fighting Drug-Trafficking, Terrorism, in Message to Heads of State

2 May, 2011
SG/SM/13535 Secretary-General, Calling Osama bin Ladens Death Watershed Moment, Pledges Continuing United Nations Leadership in Global Anti-Terrorism Campaign

2 March, 2011
SG/SM/13426 Strongly Condemning Assassination of Pakistans Minister for Minority Affairs, Secretary-General Encourages Government to Continue Fight against Terrorism

28 December, 2010
SG/SM/13332 Secretary-General Unequivocally Condemns Terrorist Attack in Pakistan

15 December, 2010
SG/SM/13321 Secretary-General Strongly Condemns Deadly Terrorist Bombing of Mosque in Iran

1 December, 2010
SG/SM/13286 Prosecutors, Criminal Law Experts on Front Lines of International Combat Against Terrorism, Secretary-General Tells Seminar on Bringing Terrorists to Justice

5 November, 2010
SG/SM/13236 Secretary-General Strongly Condemns Deadly Terrorist Attacks on Pakistan Mosques

11 October, 2010
SG/SM/13169 Secretary-General Calls on Global Community to Keep Obligations to End Terrorism, Support Victims, in Remarks at Screening of Film Killing in the Name

27 September, 2010
SG/SM/13149-SC/10039 With Global Response to Terrorism Gathering Steam, Secretary-General, in Remarks to Security Council, Urges Focus on Root Causes, Information-Sharing, Human Rights

3 September, 2010
SG/SM/13085 Secretary-General Strongly Condemns Terrorist Bombings in Pakistani Cities of Lahore, Quetta

11 May, 2010
SG/SM/12884-IK/622 Secretary-General Strongly Condemns Wave of Terrorist Bombings in Iraq

13 April, 2010
SG/SM/12840-DC/3219 Secretary-General Says Urgent Global Action Required in Several Priority Areas to Secure Nuclear Materials, Prevent Nuclear Terrorism, at Washington Summit

11 December, 2009
SG/SM/12670 Attacks Show United Nations Has Become Terrorist Target, Secretary-General Says in Remarks to Mark Second Anniversary of Algiers Bombing

16 November, 2009
SG/SM/12608-SAG/427 Secretary-General, Addressing World Food Programme Staff, Pays Tribute to Colleagues Killed in Pakistan Terrorist Attack

19 October, 2009
SG/SM/12553 Secretary-General Condemns Deadly Terrorist Attacks in Southern Iran

14 October, 2009
SG/SM/12544 United Nations Efforts to Address Terrorism Threat Crucial to Global Security, Says Secretary-General, in Message to Vienna Meeting

12 October, 2009
SG/SM/12538 In Global Effort to Combat Terrorism, Focal Points Can Ensure Holistic National Response, Coordination among United Nations Entities, Secretary-General Says

27 March, 2009
SG/SM/12153-AFG/327 SECRETARY-GENERAL, AT SPECIAL CONFERENCE ON AFGHANISTAN, UNDERSCORES IMPORTANCE OF UNIFIED ACTION AGAINST TERRORISM, DRUG TRAFFICKING, ORGANIZED CRIME

11 February, 2009
SG/SM/12095-AFG/323 SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS IN STRONGEST POSSIBLE TERMS TERRORIST ATTACKS IN KABUL, SAYS HORRENDOUS CRIME TARGETED PEOPLE COMMITTED TO BUILDING BETTER FUTURE

22 January, 2009
SG/SM/12059-SOC/CP/344 SECRETARY-GENERAL, IN MESSAGE TO CONFERENCE EXAMINING COUNTER-TERRORISM POLICIES, URGES FOCUS ON PEOPLE, AS ISSUE IS ABOUT HUMAN SUFFERING, NOT STATISTICS

9 December, 2008
SG/SM/11993-SC/9525 STRONG COLLECTIVE RESISTANCE IS BEST RESPONSE TO CORROSIVE, MALEVOLENT IDEOLOGY OF TERRORISM, SECRETARY-GENERAL TELLS SECURITY COUNCIL MEETING

1 December, 2008
SG/SM/11971-DC/3145 SECRETARY-GENERAL HIGHLIGHTS CRUCIAL WORK DONE TO STRENGTHEN BARRIERS AGAINST BIOLOGICAL WEAPONS, BIOTERRORISM, IN MESSAGE TO GENEVA MEETING

30 October, 2008
SG/SM/11897 SECRETARY-GENERAL STRONGLY CONDEMNS TERRORIST BOMBINGS IN NORTH-EAST INDIA

29 September, 2008
SG/SM/11840 SECRETARY-GENERAL STRONGLY CONDEMNS TERRORIST ATTACK IN TRIPOLI, LEBANON

27 September, 2008
SG/SM/11836 SECRETARY-GENERAL STRONGLY CONDEMNS DAMASCUS TERRORIST BOMBING

22 September, 2008
SG/SM/11800 SECRETARY-GENERAL STRONGLY CONDEMNS HEINOUS TERRORIST ATTACK IN PAKISTAN

11 September, 2008
SG/SM/11785 SECRETARY-GENERAL STRONGLY CONDEMNS LETHAL LEBANON TERRORIST ATTACK

9 September, 2008
SG/SM/11780 PRACTICAL, CONCRETE STEPS NEEDED TO STRENGTHEN SUPPORT FOR VICTIMS OF TERRORISM, SAYS SECRETARY-GENERAL, AT HEADQUARTERS PRESS CONFERENCE

SG/SM/11778SECRETARY-GENERAL, AT SYMPOSIUM, SAYS SCOURGE OF TERRORISM ATTACKS HUMANITY ITSELF; VOICES OF VICTIMS STRONGEST ARGUMENT WHY IT CAN NEVER BE JUSTIFIED

4 September, 2008
SG/SM/11776-GA/10737 IN REMARKS TO GENERAL ASSEMBLY MEETING, SECRETARY-GENERAL SPELLS OUT KEY PRINCIPLES FOR ENHANCING COUNTER-TERRORISM COOPERATION

20 August, 2008
SG/SM/11756 SECRETARY-GENERAL VERY CONCERNED ABOUT TODAYS DEADLY CAR BOMBS IN BOUIRA, ALGERIA, FOLLOWING TERRORIST ATTACKS YESTERDAY EAST OF ALGIERS

19 August, 2008
SG/SM/11755 SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS DEADLY TERRORIST ATTACK IN ALGERIA

17 June, 2008
SG/SM/11644-IK/590 SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS IN STRONGEST TERMS BAGHDAD TERRORIST BOMBING

9 April, 2008
SG/SM/11505 SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS TERRORIST ATTACK BY PALESTINIAN MILITANTS AGAINST DEPOT IN SOUTHERN ISRAEL

11 March, 2008
SG/SM/11460 SECRETARY-GENERAL STRONGLY CONDEMNS INDISCRIMINATE TERRORIST ACTS IN PAKISTAN

21 December, 2007
SG/SM/11346 SECRETARY-GENERAL APPALLED BY SUICIDE BOMBING OF MOSQUE IN PAKISTAN, URGES ALL POLITICAL FORCES TO UNITE AGAINST TERRORISM

12 December, 2007
SG/SM/11328 SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS TERRORIST ATTACK IN LEBANON, CALLS ON POLITICAL LEADERS TO EXERT EVERY POSSIBLE EFFORT TO RESOLVE DIFFERENCES

11 December, 2007
SG/SM/11320 ALGERIA: SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS TERRORIST ATTACKS IN STRONGEST POSSIBLE TERMS

SG/SM/11324ALGIERS TERRORIST ATTACK ABJECT, COWARDLY STRIKE AGAINST PEOPLE SERVING HUMANITYS HIGHEST IDEALS, SAYS SECRETARY-GENERAL

10 December, 2007
SG/SM/11319 SECRETARY-GENERAL URGES MEMBER STATES TO REINFORCE RESOLVE TO IMPLEMENT GLOBAL COUNTER-TERRORISM STRATEGY NEARLY ONE YEAR LATER, IN GENERAL ASSEMBLY

15 November, 2007
SG/SM/11280 SECRETARY-GENERAL SPELLS OUT WAYS TO TACKLE CONDITIONS THAT FOSTER TERRORISM AS HE ADDRESSES INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON THREATS, COUNTER-MEASURES

5 November, 2007
SG/SM/11261-AFG/302 SECRETARY-GENERAL, CONCERNED AT RECENT FIGHTING IN AFGHANISTAN, UNDERLINES CRUCIAL ROLE OF NATO, AFGHAN SECURITY FORCES IN DETERRING TERRORIST, EXTREMIST GROUPS

19 September, 2007
SG/SM/11167 SECRETARY-GENERAL SHOCKED BY BRUTAL ASSASSINATION IN BEIRUT, CONDEMNS TERRORIST ATTACK IN STRONGEST TERMS

17 September, 2007
SG/SM/11158-IAEA/1370 ATOMIC ENERGY AGENCY CRITICAL TO NUCLEAR NON-PROLIFERATION EFFORTS, REDUCING RISKS OF NUCLEAR TERRORISM, SAYS SECRETARY-GENERAL IN MESSAGE TO VIENNA MEETING

10 September, 2007
SG/SM/11148-AFR/1579 SECRETARY-GENERAL SHOCKED, SADDENED BY ESCALATION OF TERRORIST VIOLENCE IN ALGERIA

7 September, 2007
SG/SM/11145-AFR/1575 SECRETARY-GENERAL STRONGLY CONDEMNS TERRORIST BOMBING TARGETING CONVOY OF ALGERIAN PRESIDENT

27 July, 2007
SG/SM/11104 UN BEST SUITED TO LEAD WORLD EFFORTS AGAINST GLOBAL CHALLENGES - TERRORISM, CLIMATE CHANGE, POVERTY - SAYS SECRETARY-GENERAL IN SAN FRANCISCO ADDRESS

2 July, 2007
SG/SM/11068 SECRETARY-GENERAL DEPLORES TERRORIST INCIDENTS IN GREAT BRITAIN

25 June, 2007
SG/SM/11059-PKO/164 SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS IN STRONGEST TERMS TERRORIST ATTACK IN LEBANON THAT KILLED SIX, INJURED TWO UNITED NATIONS PEACEKEEPERS

13 June, 2007
SG/SM/11043 SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS BEIRUT TERRORIST ATTACK, URGES LEBANESE TO UNITE IN FACE OF INTIMIDATION

SG/SM/11040-L/T/4404SECRETARY-GENERAL WELCOMES SWIFT ENTRY INTO FORCE OF NUCLEAR TERRORISM CONVENTION, CALLS ON ALL STATES TO RATIFY WITHOUT DELAY

11 April, 2007
SG/SM/10940 SECRETARY-GENERAL STRONGLY CONDEMNS TERRORIST BOMBINGS IN ALGERIA

19 March, 2007
SG/SM/10914-IK/564 SECRETARY-GENERAL STRONGLY CONDEMNS TERRORIST GAS ATTACKS IN IRAQ

16 February, 2007
SG/SM/10884-GA/10572 FIGHT AGAINST TERRORISM OUR COMMON MISSION, SAYS SECRETARY-GENERAL AS HE BRIEFS GENERAL ASSEMBLY ON UN COUNTER-TERRORISM STRATEGY

14 February, 2007
SG/SM/10881 SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS TERRORIST ATTACK IN ZAHEDAN, IRAN

13 February, 2007
SG/SM/10875 SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS CALLOUS TERRORIST ATTACK IN LEBANON, APPEALS FOR NATIONAL UNITY IN FACE OF ATTEMPT TO UNDERMINE STABILITY

28 November, 2006
SG/SM/10762 SECRETARY-GENERAL URGES INNOVATIVE PRIVATE SECTOR APPROACHES TO SECURITY IN MESSAGE TO GLOBAL FORUM FOR ANTI-TERRORISM PARTNERSHIP

24 November, 2006
SG/SM/10755-IK/554 SECRETARY-GENERAL, GREATLY DISMAYED AT RECENT WAVE OF TERRORIST ATTACKS IN IRAQ,CONDEMNS ACTS IN STRONGEST TERMS, URGES RESTRAINT TO PREVENT ESCALATION

19 September, 2006
SG/SM/10646-GA/10503 STATES MUST MAKE IMMEDIATE START IN TRANSLATING COMMITMENTS INTO REALITY, SECRETARY-GENERAL SAYS AT LAUNCH OF COUNTER-TERRORISM STRATEGY

11 September, 2006
SG/SM/10627 ATTACKS ON 11 SEPTEMBER WERE AN ATTACK ON HUMANITY ITSELF, SAYS SECRETARY-GENERAL, URGING IMPLEMENTATION OF UN COUNTER-TERRORISM STRATEGY

8 September, 2006
SG/SM/10625 SECRETARY-GENERAL SAYS ADOPTION OF GLOBAL COUNTER-TERRORISM STRATEGY SENDS CLEAR MESSAGE: TERRORISM IS UNACCEPTABLE, NO MATTER WHO COMMITS IT, NO MATTER WHAT THE REASON

2 May, 2006
SG/SM/10440-GA/10457 PRESENTING RECOMMENDATIONS FOR GLOBAL COUNTER-TERRORISM STRATEGY TO GENERAL ASSEMBLY, SECRETARY-GENERAL CALLS FOR DEMONSTRATION OF RESOLVE BY INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY

10 February, 2006
SG/SM/10344-GA/PAL/1002 IN REMARKS TO PALESTINIAN RIGHTS COMMITTEE, SECRETARY-GENERAL SAYS MAJORITY OF PALESTINIANS DO NOT WANT TO PURSUE VIOLENCE, TERRORISM

8 December, 2005
SG/SM/10242 SECRETARY-GENERAL DISAPPOINTED NO AGREEMENT REACHED IN LEGAL COMMITTEE ON COMPREHENSIVE TERRORISM CONVENTION

SG/SM/10257-HR/4877-OBV/533TORTURE, INSTRUMENT OF TERROR, CAN NEVER BE USED TO FIGHT TERROR, SECRETARY-GENERAL SAYS IN MESSAGE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS DAY

1 December, 2005
SG/SM/10242/Rev.2 SECRETARY-GENERAL DISAPPOINTED NO AGREEMENT REACHED IN LEGAL COMMITTEE ON COMPREHENSIVE TERRORISM CONVENTION

18 November, 2005
SG/SM/10219-IK/528 SECRETARY-GENERAL STRONGLY CONDEMNS BRUTAL IRAQ TERRORIST ATTACKS

9 November, 2005
SG/SM/10206 SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS TERRORIST BOMBINGS IN AMMAN, JORDAN, UNDERSCORING NEED FOR COLLECTIVE ACTION AGAINST SCOURGE

31 October, 2005
SG/SM/10194 SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS TERRORIST BOMBINGS IN NEW DELHI

26 October, 2005
SG/SM/10186 SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS TERROR BOMBING IN ISRAELI MARKET

14 September, 2005
SG/SM/10092-SC/8497 TERRORISM DIRECTLY ATTACKS VALUES FOR WHICH UNITED NATIONS STANDS, SAYS SECRETARY-GENERAL IN STATEMENT TO SECURITY COUNCIL SUMMIT

23 August, 2005
SG/SM/10054 SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS BEIRUT TERRORIST BOMBING

18 August, 2005
SG/SM/10051 SECRETARY-GENERAL COMMENDS COURAGEOUS DECISION OF ISRAELI PRIME MINISTER SHARON ON DISENGAGEMENT PROCESS; CONDEMNS TERROR ATTACK ON PALESTINIAN CIVILIANS

5 August, 2005
SG/SM/10032 SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS NORTHERN ISRAEL BUS KILLINGS AS TERRORIST ACT

25 July, 2005
SG/SM/10013 SECRETARY-GENERAL, WITH SORROW AND ANGER, CONDEMNS USE OF TERROR, VIOLENCE AGAINST CIVILIANS, FOLLOWING MULTIPLE CAR BOMBS IN SINAI

12 July, 2005
SG/SM/9999 SECRETARY-GENERAL STRONGLY CONDEMNS BEIRUT TERRORIST BOMBING, CALLS ON ALL PARTIES TO WORK TOWARDS UNITED LEBANON

13 April, 2005
SG/SM/9817-GA/10341 SECRETARY-GENERAL CONGRATULATES GENERAL ASSEMBLY ON ADOPTION OF INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION ON NUCLEAR TERRORISM

1 April, 2005
SG/SM/9798-L/3086 SECRETARY-GENERAL SAYS NUCLEAR TERRORISM CONVENTION ADDS BUILDING BLOCK TO GLOBAL ANTI-TERRORISM STRATEGY, IN REMARKS TO AD HOC COMMITTEE

23 March, 2005
SG/SM/9776 SECRETARY-GENERAL URGES ARAB STATES TO TAKE LEAD IN UNITING WORLD AGAINST TERRORISM, IN ADDRESS TO ALGIERS SUMMIT

10 March, 2005
SG/SM/9757 SECRETARY-GENERAL OFFERS GLOBAL STRATEGY FOR FIGHTING TERRORISM, IN ADDRESS TO MADRID SUMMIT

1 March, 2005
SG/SM/9744 FATE OF TERRORIST ATTACK SURVIVORS TOO OFTEN NEGLECTED, SECRETARY-GENERAL SAYS IN MESSAGE TO BOOK LAUNCH MEETING

10 February, 2005
SG/SM/9715 TODAYS THREATS - TERRORISM, POVERTY - REQUIRE REFORMED UN, COLLECTIVE ACTION, SAYS SECRETARY-GENERAL IN LONDON ADDRESS

7 February, 2005
SG/SM/9708 TERRORISM THREAT TO ALL CIVILIZED COUNTRIES, ANATHEMA TO ALL FAITHS, SAYS SECRETARY-GENERAL IN MESSAGE TO RIYADH COUNTER-TERRORISM CONFERENCE

14 January, 2005
SG/SM/9676 SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS PALESTINIAN TERROR ATTACK ON ISRAELI CIVILIANS

8 December, 2004
SG/SM/9642-GA/10315 UN NEEDS CHANGE PERHAPS RADICAL CHANGE TO MEET 21ST CENTURY THREATS OF AIDS, GENOCIDE, TERRORISM, SECRETARY-GENERAL TELLS GENERAL ASSEMBLY

7 October, 2004
SG/SM/9522 SECRETARY-GENERAL STRONGLY CONDEMNS TERRORIST BOMB ATTACK IN PAKISTAN

4 October, 2004
SG/SM/9517 SECRETARY-GENERAL STRONGLY CONDEMNS TERRORIST ATTACKS IN INDIA

1 October, 2004
SG/SM/9514 SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS IN STRONGEST TERMS TERRORIST ATTACK ON MOSQUE IN PAKISTAN

22 September, 2004
SG/SM/9494 SECRETARY-GENERAL STRONGLY CONDEMNS SUICIDE BOMBING IN JERUSALEM, URGES PALESTINIAN AUTHORITY TO TAKE ALL NECESSARY MEASURES TO END TERROR

13 September, 2004
SG/SM/9478-GA/PAL/967 IN MESSAGE TO CIVIL SOCIETY CONFERENCE, SECRETARY-GENERAL URGES FREEZE ON ISRAELI SETTLEMENTS, RESTRUCTURING OF PALESTINIAN SECURITY TO CONFRONT TERROR GROUPS

3 September, 2004
SG/SM/9464 SECRETARY-GENERAL HORRIFIED BY LOSS OF LIFE IN BESLAN HOSTAGE SITUATION, REITERATES CONDEMNATION OF ALL TERRORIST ACTS

31 August, 2004
SG/SM/9461 SECRETARY-GENERAL STRONGLY CONDEMNS TERRORIST ATTACK IN MOSCOW SUBWAY

SG/SM/9459SECRETARY-GENERAL STRONGLY CONDEMNS TERRORIST ATTACK ON BEERSHEBA

12 July, 2004
SG/SM/9416 SECRETARY-GENERAL STRONGLY CONDEMNS TEL AVIV TERRORIST ATTACK

23 June, 2004
SG/SM/9380 STUYVESANT HIGH SCHOOLS MULTICULTURAL TAPESTRY ELOQUENT RESPONSE TO TERRORIST MESSAGE OF HATRED, SAYS SECRETARY-GENERAL IN GRADUATION ADDRESS

17 June, 2004
SG/SM/9372 TERRORISM STRIKES AT VERY HEART OF ALL UN STANDS FOR, SAYS SECRETARY-GENERAL IN MESSAGE TO TASHKENT CEREMONY

1 June, 2004
SG/SM/9336 SECRETARY-GENERAL VERY DISTURBED BY REPORTS OF VIOLENCE IN KARACHI, PAKISTAN; CONDEMNS TERRORISM TARGETING INNOCENT CIVILIANS, PLACES OF WORSHIP

SG/SM/9335SECRETARY-GENERAL APPALLED BY TERRORIST ATTACK IN SAUDI ARABIA

10 May, 2004
SG/SM/9298 SECRETARY-GENERAL DISMAYED BY TERRORIST ATTACK IN CHECHNYA

7 May, 2004
SG/SM/9296 SECRETARY-GENERAL APPALLED BY MOSQUE TERROR ATTACK IN PAKISTAN

30 March, 2004
SG/SM/9232 SECRETARY-GENERAL STRONGLY CONDEMNS TERRORIST BOMBINGS IN TASHKENT, UZBEKISTAN

2 March, 2004
SG/SM/9180 SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS TERRORIST ATTACKS IN KARBALA, BAGHDAD, QUETTA AS MORALLY REPREHENSIBLE AND WHOLLY INDEFENSIBLE

6 February, 2004
SG/SM/9149 SECRETARY-GENERAL APPALLED AT INDISCRIMINATE ACT OF TERRORISM IN MOSCOW SUBWAY

29 January, 2004
SG/SM/9133-PAL/1975 SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS THOSE RESORTING TO VIOLENCE, TERROR IN MIDDLE EAST; CALLS ON ISRAELIS, PALESTINIANS TO DEVOTE ALL ENERGIES TO NEGOTIATING TRUE, LASTING PEACE

9 December, 2003
SG/SM/9066 SECRETARY-GENERAL SHOCKED BY TERROR ATTACK IN MOSCOW

5 December, 2003
SG/SM/9054 SECRETARY-GENERAL DISMAYED AT APPARENT TERRORIST EXPLOSION IN RUSSIAN COMMUTER TRAIN

10 November, 2003
SG/SM/8995 SECRETARY-GENERAL STRONGLY CONDEMNS RIYADH TERRORIST ATTACK

20 October, 2003
SG/SM/8952-DC/2893 CHEMICAL WEAPONS CONVENTION, EFFECTIVELY IMPLEMENTED, CAN BE POWERFUL INSTRUMENT AGAINST TERRORISM, SECRETARY-GENERAL TELLS CONFERENCE OF STATES PARTIES

9 October, 2003
SG/SM/8930-IK/396 SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS LATEST TERRORIST INCIDENTS IN IRAQ, REMAINS GREATLY CONCERNED AT SECURITY SITUATION

22 September, 2003
SG/SM/8885 ABILITY TO REASON VITAL IN FIGHTING TERRORISM, SECRETARY-GENERAL TELLS CONFERENCE

11 September, 2003
SG/SM/8865 ON SECOND ANNIVERSARY OF TERRORIST ATTACKS ON UNITED STATES, SECRETARY-GENERAL EXTENDS CONDOLENCES TO FAMILIES, FRIENDS OF VICTIMS

SG/SM/8866WE APPROACH OPENING OF GENERAL ASSEMBLY WITH HEAVY HEARTS, IN AFTERMATH OF TERRORIST ATTACKS, SECRETARY-GENERAL SAYS

9 September, 2003
SG/SM/8858 SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS TERROR ATTACKS IN ISRAEL

29 August, 2003
SG/SM/8838-IK/388 SECRETARY-GENERAL STRONGLY CONDEMNS TERRORIST ATTACK IN NAJAF, IRAQ

25 August, 2003
SG/SM/8830 SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS TERRORIST BOMB ATTACKS IN INDIA

7 July, 2003
SG/SM/8773 SECRETARY-GENERAL STRONGLY DEPLORES TERRORIST ATTACKS IN PAKISTAN, RUSSIAN FEDERATION

13 May, 2003
SG/SM/8701 SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS HEINOUS ACTS OF TERRORISM IN RUSSIAN FEDERATION, SAUDI ARABIA

30 April, 2003
SG/SM/8681-PAL/1942 SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS TERRORIST ATTACK IN TEL AVIV, SAYS IT MUST NOT DERAIL PEACE PROCESS

6 March, 2003
SG/SM/8624-SC/7680 ALL MUST WORK TOGETHER TO COUNTER TERRORISM, PREVENT SPREAD OF WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION, SECRETARY-GENERAL SAYS

10 February, 2003
SG/SM/8599 SECRETARY-GENERAL STRONGLY CONDEMNS TERRORIST ATTACK IN COLOMBIA

20 January, 2003
SG/SM/8583-SC/7639 MENACE OF TERRORISM REQUIRES GLOBAL RESPONSE, SAYS SECRETARY-GENERAL, STRESSING IMPORTANCE OF INCREASED UNITED NATIONS ROLE

29 November, 2002
SG/SM/8533-PAL/1928 SECRETARY-GENERAL DISMAYED BY BEIT SHEAN ATTACK, CONDEMNS SUCH TERRORIST ACTS AS EXTREMELY HARMFUL TO PALESTINIAN CAUSE

SG/SM/8531-AFR/528SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS MOMBASA TERRORIST ATTACKS

21 November, 2002
SG/SM/8518 TERRORISM IS GLOBAL THREAT, SAYS SECRETARY-GENERAL, BUT MEASURES AGAINST IT MUST NOT BE USED TO JUSTIFY HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS

15 November, 2002
SG/SM/8498 SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS 'DESPICABLE' HEBRON TERRORIST ATTACK

4 October, 2002
SG/SM/8417-SC/7523 ADDRESSING SECURITY COUNCIL, SECRETARY-GENERAL ENDORSES THREE-PRONGED COUNTER-TERRORISM STRATEGY

19 September, 2002
SG/SM/8392 SECRETARY-GENERAL, APPALLED BY RECENT MIDDLE EAST VIOLENCE, REITERATES CALL FOR END TO VIOLENCE AND TERROR

11 September, 2002
SG/SM/8376 NO GREATER AFFRONT TO SPIRIT OF UNITED NATIONS THAN 11 SEPTEMBER TERRORIST ATTACKS SAYS SECRETARY-GENERAL TO COMMEMORATION AT HEADQUARTERS

17 July, 2002
SG/SM/8306-PAL/1922 PALESTINIAN AUTHORITY MUST DE-LEGITIMIZE TERRORISM; ISRAEL MUST STOP SETTLEMENT ACTIVITY IN PALESTINIAN TERRITORY, SAYS SECRETARY-GENERAL

16 July, 2002
SG/SM/8305 SECRETARY-GENERAL SAYS TERRORIST ATTACK ON ISRAELI BUS CLEARLY DESIGNED TO DISRUPT SEARCH FOR PEACE

12 June, 2002
SG/SM/8267 SPREAD OF TERRORISM THREAT TO VERY FOUNDATIONS OF UNITED NATIONS SAYS SECRETARY-GENERAL TO LISBON ANTI-TERRORISM MEETING

20 May, 2002
SG/SM/8244 SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS 'TERRORIST ATTACKS FROM WHATEVER QUARTER'

14 May, 2002
SG/SM/8236 SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS, IN STRONGEST POSSIBLE TERMS, TERRORIST ATTACK IN KASHMIR

12 April, 2002
SG/SM/8196-HR/CN/989 SECRETARY-GENERAL TO COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS: HUMAN RIGHTS MUST NOT BE SACRIFICED TO COUNTER-TERRORISM

18 January, 2002
SG/SM/8105-SC/7277 SECRETARY-GENERAL, ADDRESSING COUNCIL MEETING ON COUNTER-TERRORISM, SAYS UNITED NATIONS STANDS FOUR-SQUARE AGAINST SCOURGE

14 January, 2002
SG/SM/8096 SECRETARY-GENERAL WELCOMES EMPHASIS ON TOLERANCE, RULE OF LAW, NEED TO FIGHT TERRORISM IN SPEECH BY PRESIDENT OF PAKISTAN

13 December, 2001
SG/SM/8079 SECRETARY-GENERAL, OUTRAGED BY TERRORIST ATTACK ON INDIAN PARLIAMENT, CONVEYS CONDOLENCES TO GOVERNMENT, PEOPLE OF INDIA

5 December, 2001
SG/SM/8067-HR/4575-OBV/255 SECRETARY-GENERAL SAYS UNITED ACTION AGAINST TERRORISM HAS UNIVERSAL HUMAN RIGHTS DIMENSION; VIOLATIONS ARE WARNING OF FUTURE CONFLICT

3 December, 2001
SG/SM/8056 SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS BOMBINGS IN JERUSALEM, HAIFA AS TERRORISM; CALLS ON PALESTINIAN AUTHORITY TO BRING THOSE RESPONSIBLE TO JUSTICE

12 November, 2001
SG/SM/8021-SC/7209 SECRETARY-GENERAL URGES IMPLEMENTATION OF LEGAL INSTRUMENTS ON TERRORISM, RENEWS CALL FOR AGREEMENT ON COMPREHENSIVE CONVENTION

6 November, 2001
SG/SM/8013 SECRETARY-GENERAL REPEATS CALL FOR GLOBAL RESPONSE TO TERRORISM, URGING MORAL STRUGGLE AGAINST 'AN EVIL THAT IS ANATHEMA TO ALL FAITHS'

22 October, 2001
SG/SM/7999-AFR/344 SECRETARY-GENERAL COMMENDS AFRICAN EFFORTS AGAINST TERRORISM, URGES RATIFICATION, IMPLEMENTATION OF EXISTING CONVENTIONS

9 October, 2001
SG/SM/7989-AFG/154 ORGANIZATION OF ISLAMIC CONFERENCE HAS CENTRAL ROLE IN DEVISING EFFECTIVE STRATEGY TO COMBAT TERRORISM, SECRETARY-GENERAL SAYS

8 October, 2001
SG/SM/7985-AFG/149 TO DEFEAT TERRORISM, WE NEED A SUSTAINED EFFORT AND BROAD STRATEGY THAT UNITE ALL NATIONS, SAYS SECRETARY-GENERAL

2 October, 2001
SG/SM/7978 SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS TERRORIST SUICIDE BOMBING IN KASHMIR

1 October, 2001
SG/SM/7977-GA/9920 SECRETARY-GENERAL, ADDRESSING ASSEMBLY ON TERRORISM, CALLS FOR `IMMEDIATE, FAR-REACHING CHANGES IN UN RESPONSE TO TERROR

17 September, 2001
SG/SM/7958-IAEA/1348 NUCLEAR DISARMAMENT PROGRESS EVEN MORE IMPORTANT AFTER TERRORIST ATTACK ON UNITED STATES SAYS SECRETARY-GENERAL TO ATOMIC ENERGY AGENCY MEETING

SG/SM/7959-AFG/144SECRETARY-GENERAL SADDENED BY ASSASSINATION OF KEY AFGHAN LEADER, SAYS ACT OF TERRORISM FURTHER COMPLICATES EFFORTS TO END CONFLICT

14 September, 2001
SG/SM/7956-ORG/1335 OUR PLACE IS BESIDE THOSE IN DISTRESS, SECRETARY-GENERAL TELLS STAFF AT SPECIAL MEETING FOR TERROR VICTIMS

12 September, 2001
SG/SM/7949-SC/7142 SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS TERRORIST ATTACK ON UNITED STATES IN STRONGEST POSSIBLE TERMS

SG/SM/7951-GA/9906WORDS ALONE INADEQUATE AS RESPONSE TO TERRORIST ATTACKS, SECRETARY-GENERAL TELLS OPENING OF FIFTY-SIXTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY

11 September, 2001
SG/SM/7948 SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS TERRORIST ATTACKS ON THE UNITED STATES

18 May, 2001
SG/SM/7810 SECRETARY-GENERAL DEEPLY DISTURBED BY DISPROPORTIONATE ISRAELI RESPONSE TO APPALLING TERRORIST ATTACK

30 October, 2000
SG/SM/7608 SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS TERRORISM AFTER MURDER OF SPANISH JUDGE

27 October, 2000
SG/SM/7605 SECRETARY-GENERAL DISTRESSED BY KILLINGS IN SRI LANKA; CONDEMNS TERRORIST ACTS IN STRONGEST TERMS

24 February, 2000
SG/SM/7313 SECRETARY-GENERAL DEPLORES TERRORIST ACTS IN SPAIN

31 December, 1999
SG/SM/7273 SECRETARY-GENERAL, RELIEVED THAT INDIAN AIRLINES HIJACKING HAS ENDED, REITERATES CONDEMNATION OF ALL TERRORIST ACTS

20 December, 1999
SG/SM/7265 SECRETARY-GENERAL PROFOUNDLY SHOCKED TO LEARN ABOUT INDISCRIMINATE TERRORIST ACT AGAINST PRESIDENT OF SRI LANKA

18 November, 1999
SG/SM/7224 GLOBAL EFFORT NEEDED AGAINST TERRORISM, SAYS SECRETARY-GENERAL BUT RESPONSES MUST BE SOPHISTICATED, PROPORTIONAL

20 August, 1998
SG/SM/6675 SECRETARY-GENERAL AWAITS FURTHER DETAILS ON UNITED STATES MILITARY ACTIONS IN RESPONSE TO TERRORIST ATTACKS

17 November, 1997
SG/SM/6396 SECRETARY-GENERAL, 'SHOCKED AND APPALLED', CONDEMNS TERRORIST ATTACK IN EGYPT

25 July, 1996
SG/SM/6028* SECRETARY-GENERAL, IN MESSAGE TO DEMOCRACY AND TERRORISM CONFERENCE, SAYS UN READY TO COORDINATE NEW COUNTER-TERRORIST MEASURES

26 June, 1996
SG/SM/6010/Rev.1 SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS TERRORIST ATTACK AGAINST MILITARY COMPOUND IN SAUDI ARABIA

SG/SM/6010SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS TERRORIST ATTACK ON UNITED STATES AIR FORCE BASE IN SAUDI ARABIA

29 May, 1996
SG/SM/5992 ONLY GLOBAL ACTION CAN ERADICATE EVIL OF TERRORISM, SECRETARY-GENERAL SAYS IN MESSAGE TO PREPARATORY MEETING FOR TERRORISM SYMPOSIUM

18 April, 1996
SG/SM/5964/Rev.1 SECRETARY-GENERAL APPALLED BY TERRORIST ATTACK IN CAIRO

13 March, 1996
SG/SM/5921 UN READY TO BE MECHANISM FOR GLOBAL MOBILIZATION AGAINST TERRORISM, SECRETARY-GENERAL TELLS SUMMIT OF PEACEMAKERS IN EGYPT

4 March, 1996
SG/SM/5905 SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS TERRORIST BOMBING IN JERUSALEM

SG/SM/5909SECRETARY-GENERAL, CONDEMNING TODAY'S BOMBING, SAYS WORLD WILL NOT TOLERATE ACTS OF TERRORISM

25 February, 1996
SG/SM/5896 SECRETARY-GENERAL CONDEMNS 'BRUTAL ACTS OF TERRORISM' IN JERUSALEM AND ASHKELON