ICAO Council condemns Abu Dhabi attack

 

MONTRÉAL, 01 February 2022 –  The Governing Council of ICAO has expressed its strong condemnation of the recent terrorist attacks which left three dead and others injured near Abu Dhabi international airport on Monday, 17 January 2022.

 

The Council expressed its solidarity with the people and government of the United Arab Emirates, and conveyed its deepest sympathies and condolences to victims and their families, as well as wished a swift recovery to all those who had been injured.

 

The Council further deplored the targeting of civil aviation infrastructure, in flagrant violation of international law, and the ongoing threat to international peace and security caused by such terrorist acts. 

 

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