UN chief urged to prevent racism and xenophobia in the world
UN, Aug 16 — RIA Novosti. UN Secretary-General antónio Guterres urged to confront racism and xenophobia in the world; the corresponding entry in Twitter, the head of the world organization made the following day after protests in new York, which called the policy of the President of the United States Donald trump is a fascist.
The UN assessed the events in the U.S. city of Charlottesville, where clashes between supporters and opponents of right-wing organizations like “xenophobia and discrimination”, and also condemned the violence against civilians.
The clashes between ultra-right and their opponents in Charlottesville (Virginia) August 12, killed one person and injured another 34. The tragedy occurred when a supporter of right-wing rammed the car into a crowd of anti-fascists. Trump said Tuesday that lays the blame for the collision in Charlottesville between the ultra-right and their opponents on “both sides” by repeating thereby caused criticism of his first response to these events when they haven’t had uttered words of condemnation against the far right.