India’s prime minister Narendra Modi, who has been described as a leader with some similarities to Trump himself, called for a “peaceful transfer of power.”

Spanish prime minister Pedró Sanchez, meanwhile, tweeted his confidence in US democracy.

Turkey, which experienced an attempted coup in 2016, asked all parties in the US to use “restraint” and “prudence.”

And the minister of foreign affairs for Venezuela, which is often scolded by US officials for its undemocratic behavior, condemned the political polarization in the US.

Here are some of the other statements from leaders and officials around the world:

President of the European Parliament

Australian prime minister Scott Morrison

Norwegian minister of Foreign Affairs

President of Chile’s Party for Democracy

First minister of Scotland

Israeli opposition leader in the Knesset

British politician and leader of its Brexit movement

Secretary general of NATO

Member of European Parliament

The mayor of Washington DC has imposed a citywide curfew until Thursday morning. We will update this story as needed.

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