Buzz·Posted on Jan 7, 2021Here's How World Leaders Reacted On Twitter To Trump Supporters Attempting A Coup At The US Capitol"Deeply disturbed and saddened."by Natasha JokicBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Yesterday, horrific scenes emerged from Washington as Trump supporters attempted to stage a coup at the Capitol. Win Mcnamee / Getty Images Here's how some leaders across the world reacted: 1. Canada: Justin Trudeau @JustinTrudeau Canadians are deeply disturbed and saddened by the attack on democracy in the United States, our closest ally and neighbour. Violence will never succeed in overruling the will of the people. Democracy in the US must be upheld - and it will be. 11:17 PM - 06 Jan 2021 Reply Retweet Favorite Twitter: @JustinTrudeau 2. UK: Boris Johnson @BorisJohnson Disgraceful scenes in U.S. Congress. The United States stands for democracy around the world and it is now vital that there should be a peaceful and orderly transfer of power. 09:06 PM - 06 Jan 2021 Reply Retweet Favorite Twitter: @BorisJohnson 3. Italy: Giuseppe Conte @GiuseppeConteIT I am following what is happening in #Washington with great concern. Violence is incompatible with the exercise of democratic rights and freedoms. I am confident in the strength and robustness of the institutions of the United States. #CapitolHill 09:53 PM - 06 Jan 2021 Reply Retweet Favorite Twitter: @GiuseppeConteIT 4. Sweden: SwedishPM @SwedishPM Deeply worrying developments in Washington, D.C. This is an assault on democracy. President Trump and several members of Congress bear substantial responsibility for developments. The democratic election process must be respected. 11:18 PM - 06 Jan 2021 Reply Retweet Favorite Twitter: @SwedishPM 5. Netherlands: Mark Rutte @MinPres Horrible images from Washington D.C. Dear @realDonaldTrump, recognise @JoeBiden as the next president today. 09:35 PM - 06 Jan 2021 Reply Retweet Favorite Twitter: @MinPres 6. France: Emmanuel Macron @EmmanuelMacron We believe in democracy. #WeAreOne 01:51 AM - 07 Jan 2021 Reply Retweet Favorite Twitter: @EmmanuelMacron 7. Australia: Scott Morrison @ScottMorrisonMP Very distressing scenes at the US Congress. We condemn these acts of violence and look forward to a peaceful transfer of Government to the newly elected administration in the great American democratic tradition. 10:40 PM - 06 Jan 2021 Reply Retweet Favorite Twitter: @ScottMorrisonMP 8. New Zealand: Jacinda Ardern @jacindaardern Like so many others, I’ve been watching what’s happening in the United States. I share the sentiment of friends in the US - what is happening is wrong. 01:00 AM - 07 Jan 2021 Reply Retweet Favorite Twitter: @jacindaardern 9. Slovakia: Zuzana Čaputová @ZuzanaCaputova The scenes from the US Capitol show how dangerous the rhetoric of hatred is. Contempt for democratic institutions erodes citizens’ rights and can undermine political order. I trust the democratic and peaceful process will be restored soon. 10:04 PM - 06 Jan 2021 Reply Retweet Favorite Twitter: @ZuzanaCaputova 10. Spain: Pedro Sánchez @sanchezcastejon I am following with concern the news that are coming from Capitol Hill in Washington. I trust in the strength of America's democracy. The new Presidency of @JoeBiden will overcome this time of tension, uniting the American people. 08:51 PM - 06 Jan 2021 Reply Retweet Favorite Twitter: @sanchezcastejon 11. Venezuela: teleSUR English @telesurenglish The Bolivarian Government of Venezuela has condemned the acts of violence that took place today in Washington D.C. and reminds that U.S. foreign policy consistently promotes these policies of aggression against legitimate democratic process worldwide. 12:15 AM - 07 Jan 2021 Reply Retweet Favorite 12. Argentina: Alberto Fernández @alferdez Manifestamos nuestro repudio a los graves hechos de violencia y el atropello al Congreso ocurridos hoy en Washington DC. Confiamos en que habrá una transición pacífica que respete la voluntad popular y expresamos nuestro más firme respaldo al Presidente electo @JoeBiden. 11:03 PM - 06 Jan 2021 Reply Retweet Favorite Twitter: @alferdez "We condemn the serious acts of violence and the affront to Congress that occurred today in Washington, DC. We trust that there will be a peaceful transition that respects the popular will and we express our strongest support for the President-elect Joe Biden." 13. Uruguay: Luis Lacalle Pou @LuisLacallePou Manifestamos nuestro más profundo rechazo ante los hechos de violencia ocurridos en el día de hoy en Congreso de los Estados Unidos, confiando en que los valores democráticos de esa nación prevalecerán frente a cualquier intento de menoscabar sus instituciones. 12:00 AM - 07 Jan 2021 Reply Retweet Favorite Twitter: @LuisLacallePou "We express our deepest rejection of the acts of violence that occurred today in the United States Congress, trusting that the democratic values of that nation will prevail against any attempt to undermine its institutions." 14. Chile: Sebastian Piñera @sebastianpinera Chile rechaza las acciones destinadas a alterar proceso democrático en EEUU y condena la violencia e indebida interferencia con las instituciones constitucionales Chile confía en la solidez de la democracia estadounidense para garantizar el imperio de la ley y estado de derecho. 09:40 PM - 06 Jan 2021 Reply Retweet Favorite Twitter: @sebastianpinera "Chile rejects actions aimed at altering the democratic process in the United States and condemns violence and undue interference with constitutional institutions Chile relies on the strength of US democracy to guarantee the rule of law." 15. Iceland: Katrín Jakobsdóttir @katrinjak An attack on Capitol Hill is an attack on democracy. We are witnessing disturbing scenes of violence in Washington DC. Liberty, democracy and decency must be respected. 09:19 PM - 06 Jan 2021 Reply Retweet Favorite Twitter: @katrinjak 16. Greece: Prime Minister GR @PrimeministerGR Extremely troubled by the violence and horrible events taking place in Washington D.C. American democracy is resilient, deeply rooted and will overcome this crisis. 09:49 PM - 06 Jan 2021 Reply Retweet Favorite Twitter: @PrimeministerGR 17. Belgium: Alexander De Croo @alexanderdecroo Shock and disbelief at ongoing events at the US Capitol, symbol of American democracy. We trust the strong institutions of the United States will overcome this challenging moment. Full support to President-elect @joebiden. 09:49 PM - 06 Jan 2021 Reply Retweet Favorite Twitter: @alexanderdecroo For continued coverage, click here.