Terrorists could not shake Western values: Boris Johnson says for the 11th


British Prime Minister Boris Johnson sent a message of never giving up and solidarity and posted a video message on the 20th anniversary of the terrible 9/11 attacks.

New York-born Boris Johnson said the perpetrators of the September 11, 2001 attacks did not destroy Western values. The jihadists, he believes, could not have shaken Western countries’ belief in freedom and democracy.

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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson sent a message of never giving up and solidarity and posted a video message on the 20th anniversary of the terrible 9/11 attacks.

New York-born Boris Johnson said the perpetrators of the September 11, 2001 attacks did not destroy Western values. The jihadists, he believes, could not have shaken Western countries’ belief in freedom and democracy.

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“We can now say with the perspective of 20 years that they have not shaken our belief in freedom and democracy,” he said in the video message that was sent on Saturday before the anniversary. “They failed to advance our nation’s art, or make us abandon our values ​​or live in constant fear.”

He also paid his respects to the 67 British nationals who lost their lives in the gruesome attack. Johnson called it a “symbol of the eternal friendship between the United Kingdom and the United States”.

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While Afghanistan is gasping for breath under the rule of the Taliban terrorist organization, Johnson claims in the video message that terrorism has failed.

“The fact that we come together today in sorrow, but also in faith and determination, shows the failure of terrorism and the strength of the bonds between us.”

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He also paid tribute to the Taliban’s recent victory in Afghanistan, but said this takeover can only “strengthen our determination to remember those who have been taken from us, to cherish the survivors and those still in mourning, and our faith to hold on to freedom and democracy. who will always triumph over every enemy “.

The US had also given Britain a sculpture made of twisted metal debris from the remains of the fallen World Trade Center in memory of the terrible attack.

America will mark the 20th anniversary of the gruesome 9/11 attacks on Saturday as the country struggles to evacuate its remaining citizens from Taliban-controlled Afghanistan.

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