The statement issued by the United Nations Security Council condemning the attack on the University of Karachi in Pakistan reflects the international community's strong condemnation of this act of terrorism, as well as its sympathy and condolences to the civilians of China and Pakistan who were tragically killed, representing the common sentiment of all countries in the world, said Zhao Lijian, Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesperson. Zhao said that justice will not be absent, evil will be severely punished, and terrorism is the common enemy of all mankind, and combating terrorism is the responsibility of the international community. He said that international terrorism continues to pose a serious threat to the security of people and the social stability of all countries, and called for all parties to strengthen coordination and cooperation and take all measures to combat terrorism and jointly maintain world peace. The UN Security Council's members issued a press statement on Thursday condemning the attack at the University of Karachi in Pakistan, which led to the deaths of three Chinese nationals and one Pakistani, as well as several injuries. In a statement, the UN Security Council members extended their deepest sympathy and condolences to the families of the victims and governments of China and Pakistan, and stressed that terrorism in all its forms and manifestations constitutes one of the most serious threats to international peace and security, and urged the countries to cooperate with the Chinese and Pakistani governments on this matter. The violent attack against Chinese teachers has shocked people in China and Pakistan and the international community and has sparked a growing number of responses. On April 27th, Pang Chunxue, Charge d 'affaires of the Chinese Embassy in Pakistan, led a working group of the embassy in Karachi to condole the Chinese teachers killed in the terrorist attack and visit the injured, expressing sympathy and encouraging them to be strong and united to overcome difficulties together. Pang attended joint meetings with the Pakistani Interior Ministry and the government of Sindh Province, where he was briefed by the Pakistani side on the progress of the investigation into the incident. The Pakistani side said it was deeply saddened by the death of Chinese nationals in the terrorist attack and that the Pakistani government had conducted an investigation into the incident and would bring the perpetrators to justice, taking every effort to strengthen the security protection of Chinese citizens in Pakistan to ensure that such incidents do not happen again.