The heads of state and government of the world voiced alarm over the violation of a pro-Trump mob against the US. Capitol, with the UK and Australia calls for a peaceful transfer of power and allies in Europe and calls the protesters’ actions an attack on democracy

“Shameful scenes in US. Congress “, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson tweeted after President Donald Trump’s supporters stormed the building. Although the British leader is known for his admiration for the outgoing President, he said, “It is now important that there be a peaceful and orderly transfer of power”

Another leader who previously supported Trump, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, described the scenes as “very worrying” and said he looks forward to a peaceful transfer of power

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said in a radio interview that his government was “concerned” We are following the situation minute by minute as it unfolds, “he told Japan, one of the US.Asia’s most powerful allies observed the situation on the U with “concern”S. Capitol, government spokesman for Katsunobu Kato, told reporters

Your comments came after President-elect Joe Biden used a speech on Wednesday to urge Americans to “think about what the rest of the world is seeing” as they watched the chaotic scenes from Washington

Shameful scenes in US. Congress The United States stands for democracy around the world, and it is now vital that there be a peaceful and orderly transfer of power

While some European lawmakers have made statements in support of US Institutions and his democracy to overcome the turmoil, others condemned the president and his supporters more

“The enemies of democracy will be happy about these incredible images from Washington,” said Federal Foreign Minister Heiko Maas. “Inflammatory words reap violent acts. The first Scottish minister, Nicola Sturgeon, said:” Shame on those who instigated this attack on democracy have ”

Carl Bildt, co-chair of the European Council on External Relations, said his “sincere hope is that the bad man in charge will end up bearing the consequences”

Brazil President Jair Bolsonaro told supporters outside the Presidential Palace in Brasilia that he was standing by Trump Bolsonaro was a staunch supporter of Trump and has given up Brazil’s multilateral foreign policy approach to fully adapt his country to the US

“You know I am connected to Trump, you know my answer,” he said, adding that there have been “many reports of fraud” in the US Wahl Bolsonaro also said he believes the 2018 Brazilian elections – which he won in a runoff – were fraudulent. “I was cheated. I should have won the first round,” he said

Polish President Andrzej Duda, who sees himself as a political ally of Trump, refrained from any criticism of the US. Fuehrer said in a tweet that the events in Washington are an “internal matter” and that power depends on the will of voters

Meanwhile, the Chinese Embassy in Washington reminded its nationals living in the United States step up their security measures China’s government in Beijing did not immediately respond directly to the mob violence, but early news in the state media highlighted the chaos wrought in Washington

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