White - House Washington DC , US.AFRICA PRESIDENT
Friday , December 06 2013 .
US.Africa President messages of Condolence
On be half we US.Africa's People and Country , the United States of Africa's President , all Member of High Authority Presidential of the United States of Africa with the Federal Government of United States of Africa's , all President State with all Government in all State of territoiries of United States of Africa's Country , we are writing this US.Africa's President messages condolence for give strong with all moments of effort for all Family of former President State Mr. Nelson Mandela and for South Africa State and people and for every all US.Africa citizen people and all others World people and World Nation in around of world.
Statement by the President on the Death of Nelson Mandela
James S. Brady Press Briefing Room 5:25 P.M. EST
"For we can continued the Mr. Nelson Mandela former President State of South Africa State mission with he all moments of desire for against apartheid with violance not respecting the right of man for defending the true liberty with democracy transparency , protecting the human right , we are must confirmed our strong united on all moments of forces inter expert high politicals and forces inter expert high diplomacy with all moments of inter potential security defense and strong of high growth economic, Because we are the World America's People and we are the world United States country".
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Statement on the Death of Nelson Mandela
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon ,High Authority Presidential of United States of Africa , UN Headquarters, 05 December 2013
Nelson Mandela was a singular figure on the global stage -- a man of quiet dignity and towering achievement, a giant for justice and a down-to-earth human inspiration.
I am profoundly saddened by his passing. On behalf of the United Nations, I extend my deepest condolences to the people of South Africa and especially to Nelson Mandela’s family and loved ones.
Many around the world were greatly influenced by his selfless struggle for human dignity, equality and freedom. He touched our lives in deeply personal ways. At the same time, no one did more in our time to advance the values and aspirations of the United Nations.
Nelson Mandela devoted his life to the service of his people and humanity, and he did so at great personal sacrifice. His principled stance and the moral force that underpinned it were decisive in dismantling the system of apartheid.
Remarkably, he emerged from 27 years of detention without rancor, determined to build a new South Africa based on dialogue and understanding. The Truth and Reconciliation Commission established under his leadership remains a model for achieving justice in societies confronting a legacy of human rights abuses.
In the decades-long fight against apartheid, the United Nations stood side-by-side with Nelson Mandela and all those in South Africa who faced unrelenting racism and discrimination. His 1994 address to the General Assembly as the first democratically elected President of a free South Africa was a defining moment. The Assembly has declared 18 July, his birthday, “Nelson Mandela International Day”, an annual observance on which we recognize and seek to build on his contributions to promoting a culture of peace and freedom around the world.
I was privileged to meet Nelson Mandela in 2009. When I thanked him for his life’s work, he insisted the credit belonged to others. I was very moved by his selflessness and deep sense of shared purpose.
Nelson Mandela showed what is possible for our world and within each one of us -- if we believe, dream and work together.
Let us continue each day to be inspired by his lifelong example and his call to never cease working for a better and more just world.
Statement by President George W. Bush,High Authority Presidential of United States of Africa on the Passing of President Nelson Mandela
Thursday, December 5, 2013
Dallas, TX(December 05, 2013) --
“Laura and I join the people of South Africa and the world in celebrating the life of Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela. President Mandela was one of the great forces for freedom and equality of our time. He bore his burdens with dignity and grace, and our world is better off because of his example. This good man will be missed, but his contributions will live on forever. Laura and I send our heartfelt sympathy to President Mandela’s family and to the citizens of the nation he loved.”
Statement by President Clinton ,High Authority Presidential of United States of Africa on the Passing of Nelson Mandela
Today the world has lost one of its most important leaders and one of its finest human beings. And Hillary, Chelsea and I have lost a true friend.
History will remember Nelson Mandela as a champion for human dignity and freedom, for peace and reconciliation. We will remember him as a man of uncommon grace and compassion, for whom abandoning bitterness and embracing adversaries was not just a political strategy but a way of life. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Graça and his family and to the people of South Africa. All of us are living in a better world because of the life that Madiba lived. He proved that there is freedom in forgiving, that a big heart is better than a closed mind, and that life’s real victories must be shared.