ASEAN FOREIGN MINISTERS’ STATEMENT ON
THE MASS SHOOTING INCIDENT IN ORLANDO
14 June 2016
ASEAN strongly condemns the worst mass shooting incident that occurred in Orlando, the United States of America (U.S.A.) on 13 June 2016, which killed and injured many people.
ASEAN FOREIGN MINISTERS’ STATEMENT ON THE RECENT EARTHQUAKES
17 April 2016
ASEAN Member States are saddened by the recent earthquakes that occurred in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Ecuador, India, Japan, Myanmar, Nepal and Pakistan which caused a number of deaths and numerous injuries, and damage to properties.
ASEAN expresses its deep sympathies and heartfelt condolences to the Governments and peoples of the affected countries, especially the families of the victims of the earthquakes.
ASEAN stands ready to extend its cooperation and support in whatever way it can in contributing to the efforts of the Governments and peoples of the affected countries to go through this difficult time and bring about a speedy recovery.
ASEAN FOREIGN MINISTERS’ STATEMENT ON LAHORE BOMB ATTACK
31 March 2016
ASEAN Member States strongly condemn the bomb attack in Lahore, the Islamic Republic of Pakistan on 27 March 2016, which claimed the lives of more than 65 people and wounded numerous others.
ASEAN extends its deepsympathies and condolences to the Government and people of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, especially to the families of the victims of this appalling act.
ASEAN underlines that terrorism in no circumstances should not be linked with beliefs or religions, and reiterates that terrorism and violence in all their forms or manifestations, regardless of their motivation, wherever, whenever and by whomsoever they are committed are inhuman and intolerable.
ASEAN again stresses the urgency to strengthen regional and international cooperation in fighting terrorism, extremism and radicalism.