UN Photo/Eskinder Debebe Secretary-General António Guterres stands with three victims of terrorism who spoke at the launch of "Surviving Terrorism: The Power of Resilience” photo exhibition.
At the launch of a commemorative photo exhibition at UN Headquarters in New York, the UN chief said the threat of terrorism and violent extremism is “among our most complex challenges”.
UN Photo/Mark Garten Secretary-General António Guterres briefs reporters on climate change and other matters at UN Headquarters.
Global warming and rising political tensions are dangerous and avoidable, Secretary-General António Guterres tells reporters, previewing the UN’s upcoming Climate Action Summit, and spotlighting geopolitical hotspots.
UN/Dan Powell Secretary-General António Guterres (left) and Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan brief the media at a joint press conference in Tokyo. (August 2018)
UN chief António Guterres says he was “deeply saddened” at the death of at least 33 people inside a popular Japanese animation studio, in the city of Kyoto, following an arson attack that constitutes one of the worst mass-killings in the nation’s history. He added that “in this tragic moment, the United Nations stands in full solidarity with the Government and people of Japan.”
UN Photo/Eskinder Debebe Secretary-General António Guterres receives flowers on arrival in Maputo, capital of Mozambique. 11 July, 2019.
Arriving in Mozambique to express solidarity and see for himself the damage wrought by two back-to-back cyclones earlier this year, UN chief António Guterres on Thursday said “undeniable moral authority” lay with its people, who had borne the brunt of a disaster linked inexorably to climate change, and a warming world. “For me, visiting Mozambique is a matter of the heart”, he told reporters after meeting President Filipe Nyusi.
UNEP/Duncan Moore Secretary-General António Guterres visits a Training Centre in Kamakunji, Kenya, and talked to youth about countering violent extremism, and preventing radicalization. (9 July 2019)
“Trauma from terrorism” hurts families, communities and destabilizes entire regions, UN Secretary-General António Guterres said on Wednesday, as he expressed solidarity with victims of extremist attacks in Africa. Speaking in Nairobi at the opening of a conference on counter-terrorism, Mr. Guterres recalled how attackers had laid siege to a hotel complex in the capital in January, killing 21 people.
António Guterres (left) meets internally displaced persons (IDPs) in Bangassou, Central African Republic
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