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"I don't think I will see it," world leaders denounced the uprising that took place in the United States.

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Bài gửi by nakanda on Thu Jan 07, 2021 2:59 pm

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Several countries around the world condemned the campaign of supporters of President Donald Trump that invaded Congress while endorsing Joe Biden's election results, resulting in violence and death. Which such an event shocked people around the world

Heko Mas, Foreign Minister of Germany A tweet on a private Twitter stated, “Democracy's enemies would be thrilled to see the picture from #C Qingdao Band, "with a call to Donald Trump accepts the election results. As well as British Prime Minister Boris Johnson Was talking about such an event This is a "shameful" picture, pointing out that the United States stands up for democracy around the world and that peaceful and orderly power transitions are now important.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said his people were upset and saddened by the attacks on democracy in the United States.

“Violence can never overcome the will of the people. Democracy in the United States must be upheld. And it will be, ”said Trudeau.

NATO Secretary-General Jane Stoltenberg described the riots as "shocking". Several world leaders also condemned the violent action, whether or not it was a threat. It will be Ursula von der Leyen, Chairman of the European Commission, President of Slovakia Susana Shaputova, Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison. And Kolpild, former Prime Minister of Sweden Stated in his personal twitter That this violent event is "robbing democracy"

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