India continues to raise voice against violence, terrorism and intolerance at the United Nations Security Council. During the first International Day of Human Fraternity India recalls that the Constitution gives pride of place to 'Fraternity'. It underlined pluralistic tradition and need to fight dark forces of terrorism. The day underlines the significance of raising awareness about different cultures and religions. It also promotes tolerance. India also called for engagement between Syria and Org. for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons. It highlighted the need for an impartial investigation into any alleged use of chemical weapons. India remains concerned about the possibility of dangerous weapons of mass destruction falling into the hands of terrorist organizations and individuals.