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59 Nobel laureates together with Malala write to PM Imran, Modi to defuse tensions | Pakistan

There is no such thing as a place for violence, extremism and terrorism in a civilised world, the letter reads. Photograph: File

Fifty-nine Nobel laureates, together with Malala Yousafzai, have written letters to the the prime ministers of India and Pakistan urging them to “defuse the rising tensions” between the 2 international locations.

As per an announcement, a letter signed by the Nobel laureates, beneath the aegis of the Laureates and Leaders for Youngsters, was submitted to India and Pakistan’s everlasting representatives to the UN on Saturday.

“In one of the best curiosity of our kids, we, the Laureates and Leaders for Youngsters name upon the Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi and the Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan to display sensible management and train quick restraint at this important juncture, to keep away from any escalation right into a full-fledged warfare,” the letter learn.

“There is no such thing as a place for violence, extremism and terrorism in a civilised world. This epidemic must be by means of concrete and time-bound actions.” 

“We reiterate that kids by no means create wars however are the worst victims. Subsequently, we enchantment to the 2 Prime Ministers, religion establishments, media, youth and the residents of each India and Pakistan to work in the direction of the restoration of peace the restoration of peace within the area with utmost urgency,” the letter continued.

The Nobel Laureates who’ve signed the enchantment embrace Leyma Gbowee, Shirin Ebadi, Tawakkol Karman, Malala Yousafzai, Muhammad Yunus, José Ramos-Horta, Edvard Ingjald Moser and Might-Britt Mose and others.



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