United Nations, Sep 15 (Prensa Latina) A high-level UN Security Council meeting on peace and security threats has called for denying protection to anyone about whom there is reliable and relevant information that he or she is guilty of terrorist acts.

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A resolution approved at the end of this special session on Wednesday also recommended that member countries take all necessary measures within international law to fight against incitement of committing terrorist acts.



"We should work to persuade disaffected groups not to use terrorism as a technique," said UN Secretary General Kofi Annan at the inauguration of this summit.



The UN Security Council"s resolution called additionally for all member countries to continue their international efforts to promote dialogue, improve understanding between communities and cities, and prevent indiscriminate attacks against different religions and cultures.



It also prohibited incitement of terrorist acts, and condemned terrorism in all its forms and manifestations regardless of motive, time or perpetrator of the acts.



The resolution said that the UN member countries should corroborate that any measure taken against terrorism is consistent with international humanitarian, refugee and human rights laws.