UNIFEED BAN / CHARLIE HEBDO 2
BAN / CHARLIE HEBDO 2
Story No.: UN08714
Dateline: 9 JANUARY 2014, NEW YORK CITY
Date: 01/09/2015 10:48 AM
1. Close up, sign "French permanent mission to the UN" in French
2. Pan left, Ban and delegation enters
3. Various shots, Ban writing into condolences book
4. Wide shot, Ban gets up
5. Close up, page of the book with Ban's writings
6. SOUNDBITE (English) Ban Ki-moon, Secretary-General of the United Nations
"I am relieved that these terrorists have been killed by the authorities of the French government. I am urging all the people around the world that it is important to enhance the level of tolerance and respect for the belief, religion and tradition of others."
7. Wide shot, Ban in front of a camera
8. Pan right, Ban and delegation leaving
The Secretary-General of the United Nations today (9 Jan.) signed a condolences book at the French mission to the United Nations, expressing "the most sincere condolences to the families of the victims and to the people and Government of France on this unacceptable terrorist attack against the magazine Charlie Hebdo."
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon wrote that even at this moment "France continues to show the way of freedom and tolerance."
He said "I am relieved that these terrorists have been killed by the authorities of the French government."
The secretary-General repeated that he "urge all the people around the world that it is important to enhance the level of tolerance and respect for the belief, religion and tradition of others."
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