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26/11 will never be forgotten: Jaishankar
 
Mumbai: External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Friday said the 26/11 terrorist attack on Mumbai will never be forgotten and it was not just "an attack on Mumbai, but it was an attack on the international community".

Paying tribute to victims of the Mumbai attack as part of a two-day anti-terrorism meeting of the UN Security Council here, Jaishankar said 18 Indian policemen, 12 staffers of the Taj hotel staff and security personnel were martyred in the line of duty.

"As we pay tribute to them at the 26/11 memorial site, we salute their valour and resolve."

"Nations of specific countries were identified before being murdered. As a result, the commitment of each and every member state of the UN to combat terrorism stood publicly challenged," he said.

Addressing the UN members, the Minister said: "Together, we should send out the message that the international community will never give up on holding terrorists accountable and delivering justice. 26/11 will never ever be forgotten."


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