“Today we remember the 14 innocent people who were killed in Derry 50 years ago on Bloody Sunday.
“The events of that day cast a long shadow over the city and the country that many are still dealing with today.
“We salute the courage and perseverance of the victims and their families who have campaigned tirelessly for justice and who continue to do so today.
“Their tenacity serves as an example to other Troubles-related victims to never give up the fight for justice.
“We pledge to honour the memory of those who died on Bloody Sunday by standing with all victims of the Troubles and continuing to work for permanent peace on our shared island.”